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LIBRARY 

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EDITOR 

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BUSINESS MANAGER 




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Jnat the alumni 
might have a better reali- 
zation of the development oF 
Birmingham- Southern Col- 
lege, the faculty and students 
agraphia reminder of their col- 
lege activities, and that all 
might be brought into closer 
association—' this book \vas 
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CLASSES 

ATHLETICS 

ORGANIZATIONS 

CLUBS 

FEATURES 







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Wkat I Learned by Staying Aw^ay 
from College 






By Jack Bf.thea 

Y STAYING away from college, I learned the value of a college 
education — and it wasn't the part of a college education which ordi- 
narily is regarded as the most valuable. 

I say with all sincerity that I never have missed a college educa- 
tion from an academic standpoint. Perhaps my situation was peculiar, but I have 
never found the lack of so-called "book-larnin' " any particular handicap. 

And I say this with a full regard for the knowledge that is to be found in 
books. Books are the storehouse of the accumulated wisdom of the ages — they 
are the final expression of the evolution of this civilization of ours that has pro- 
duced the world as we know it. 

But I have always thought that for an\- individual to attempt to carry in 
his head even a fragment of all this knowledge would subject the skull to too 
great a pressure, and it would inevitably burst. The best we can hope to do 
is to learn in some small measure where this knowledge may be found when 
needed. 

In my time it has been necessary for me to become an expert temporarily on 
a number of subjects about which I previously had known nothing. This re- 
quired intensive research work for a few hours, and I then had all that could 
possible be of any practical use to me. And because I did not go to college I ha\e 
never found it difficult to locate the particular kind of knowledge that I wished 
at the moment. That is what we have public libraries for and reference works 
for. In fact, that is the reason for books. 

And when the necessity for thorough knowledge of my subject had passed, 
I never attempted to remember it, knowing that I could always go back to the 
source and refresh my recollection if that became necessary. 

I suppose that newspaper work requires that a man shall keep his mind supple 



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and pliant by frequent exercise, and for that reason my lack of a college edu- 
cation — involuntary, I assure you — has never been a source of worry. 

It has been my observation that while it is quite true that a little knowledge 
is a dangerous thing, a great deal of knowledge is equally menacing to our 
ability to gain happiness from life. I have always believed and my experience 
has taught me that too much education sometimes brings affectation; and a man 
may be affected mentally as well as socially. 

It is good to retain close kinship with the simple, homely things of life, and 
the ability to appreciate these can very quickly be refined out of a man unless he 
has an extraordinary amount of poise and a viewpoint that only practical life 
can give. 

I have always thought that the thing of greatest value that a man gets out 
of a college education is not what he learns in class room or lecture h 

What he gets from the fraternity house; from commencement hops; from the 
athletic field; from the debating chamber are of infinitely more practical value 
to him in after life than all the facts that he could possibly gather about the 
campaigns of Caesar or Alexander or the literary excellencies of the Victorian 
poets. 

The biggest lesson in life that youngsters have to learn is to associate on 
amicable terms with those about them, and this ability is acquired. One is born 
with it only in exceptional cases. 

One must practice it assiduously. And this is the great lesson that college 
life teaches. It teaches youth how to meet the problems that he will confront 
after he has forsaken the sheltering wings of Alma Mater and finds himself 
battling in the storm where quarter is neither asked nor given. 

So that I do not share the outcry that is current in some quarters that ath- 
letics is being over-emphasized in modern college life. Or that fraternities have 
no proper place on the campus. 

It is in these student activities that a man rubs off the rough spots of selfish- 
ness that are an atavistic inheritance from the primeval lessons of Mother Nature. 

Here he forms friendships and establishes contacts which will be green spots 
in his memory so long as he shall live. 

And here he learns the two supreme lessons of life — how to lose, but above 
all how to win. 



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Gilbert Wilcox Mead 

A.B., A.M. 

Dean and Profi-ssor of English 



A.B.. Allfgheny Colltge. 1911; A.M., Polumbia tTniversity. 1916; Grad- 
uate Student, Columbia University, 1915-191S; Instructor, Department of 
Englisli and Comparative Literature, Columbia University and Columbia 
summer s.easion, 1917-1923; Residence completed tor Ph.D.; Special Lec- 
turer in English, Hunter College, New Tork City, 1917-1923; Head ot 
Department o£ English, Westminster College (Pa.), 1923-1925; Dean and 

Professor of English, Birmingham-Southern College, 1925 . Member 

Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa 
Alpha, Kappa Phi Kappa, Kiwanis International; Honorary Member 
Columbian Philoxexian Society; Member of Modern Language Associa- 
etary, English Victorian Section, M.L.A., 1923-28; 
! Research As- 



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Seer 



tion of Ameri 

Member American Folklore Society; Modern Humanities R 
sociation (London); Vice-President, Second District, Soutlie 
legiate Athletic Association; Vice-President, M. E. Church, 
cational Association, 1927—:; Chairman, Speakers' Bureau, : 



Intercol- 
uth. Edu- 




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Guv Everett Sxavely, President 
Professor of Art History 




Educational Adii 



Wilbur Dow Perry 

Mary Collett Hunger Professor of Entjlisli 



Graduate Work, Uni- 



*Alden Kinney Boor 

Professor of Chemistry 

of Chicago: Graduate Wcrls, Harvard Univers 
' of Illinois. 

George Currie 

Professor of Latin and Greek. 

A.B.. A.M., Ph. p.. Indiana University. 

Walter Clinton Jones 

"rofessor of Materia Medico, Head of Department of Pharmacy, and College Physician 
A.B., A,M., M.D.. Northwestern University; F..\.C.S. 

Wesley Adolphus Moore 

Professor of Mathematics 
AB., Birmingham-Southern College; M.A.. University of Chicago. 

Roy Edward Hoke 

Professor of Education and Psychology 
nlilin and Marshall College; Ph.D.. Johns Hopkins University. 

**AusTiN Prodoehl 

Professor of Modern Languages 
A.B., Duhuque College; Ph.D., University of Fribourg. 

William Alonzo Whiting 
Professor of Biology 

B.S., Allegheny College; Ph.D.. Cornell University. 

Harrison A. Trexler 

Professor of History and Political Science 



A.B., A.M., 



A.B., Bellevue Colle 



Work, Uni 



rsity of Chi. 



Clark Conrad Alexander 
Professor of Bible and Religious Education 

A.B., Duke University: A.M.. Princeton University; Th.B., Princeton Se 

Gilbert Wilcox Mead, Dean 

Professor of Eyiglish 
A.B., Allegheny College: A.M., Columbia University. 

Claud Orear 

Professor of Bible and College Chaplain 
A.B., Central College: A.M.. University of Chicago; D.D., Birmin.sham-Southe 

Harold D. Drew 

Athletic Director on Robert Sylvester Munger Foundation 
B.S.. Bates College: B.P.E., Springfield College, 
nd study. University of Illinois. 




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A.B., Hendl- 



A.B., Millsaps College; A.JI 



Ethel May Wilson 
Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Dean of Women 



Charles D. Matthews 
Assistant Professor of Englisli 
;e; A.M.. Yale LTnlversity; Graduate Work, Johns Hopkins 

versity. University of Chicago. 

Walter B. Posey 

Assistant Professor of History 

sity of Chicago; A.M., Cumhcrlancl University. 

Michel C. Huntley 
Assistant Professor of English 

Emory University; Graduate Work. University of Wisconsil 

Reuben H. Eliassen 

Assistant Professor of Education 
A.B., St. Olat College; A.M., Columbia University. 

F. BozEMAN Daniels 
Assistant Professor of Economics and English 

nern College; A.M.. Vanderbilt University; LL.B., 

Eoline Wallace Moore 

Assistant Professor of Education 

ingham-Southern College; Graduate ^Vork, Unive 

J. Horace Coulliette 
Professor of Physics 

mingham-Southern College; Graduate Work, Colu 

Lillian Gregory 

Librarian 

Riverside (Cal.) Library Training S 

Wyatt W. Hale 

Registrar 



A.B.. A.M., Bil 



A.B., A.M., 



lity of Alaban 



lity of Chicago. 



A.B., Jones Col 



irniingham-Southern College; Graduate Work. Johns Hopkins University, 
University. 

James Saxon Childers 

Associate Professor of English 
A.B., Oberlin College; B.A.. M..\.. O.xford University (Rhodes Scholar). 

Newman M. Yeilding 

Bursar 

A.B., Birmingham-Southern College. 

Russell S. Poor 
Associate Professor of Geology 

B.S., M.S.. Ph.D.. University of Illinois. 

Samuel A. Small 

Associate Professor of English 
A.B.. University of Tennessee; Ph.D.. Johns Hopkins University. 

Charles G. Alley 

Instructor in Drug Store Management 



Ph.G., Uni 



iity of Alabama 





Robert Staxlev Whitehouse 

Assislant Professor of Modern Languag 
'^"■■^hern College; Graduate Work, Johns 

Paul Merrill Spurlin 
Assistant Professor of French 

ty; Certificat d'Etudes Francaises, Universite 



Malcolm L. Wilder 

Assistant Professor of English 

A.B., A.M., Ph.n., Cornell University, 

Theodore S. Eckert 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
aldwin-Wallace College; M.S., Ph.D., Oh 

Norman Spencer 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business 
Texas Christian University; A.M., George Peabody Coll 

Paul Walbert Shankweiler 
Assistant Professor of Sociology 



Uni- 



Uni( 



ity. 



Sydnes D. Neilson 
Director of Glee Clubs 
Bush Conservatory; Mus.^M., McPhail School of Musi 

Charles B. Glenn 
Lecturer in History 
titute; A.B., Harvard Universii 

Octavus Roy Cohen 

Lecturer in English 

College; Litt.D., Birmingham-Southern 

Seale Harrls 
Lecturer in Bioloc/y 

ty of Georgia; M.D.. University of Vii 

George J. Fertig 

Lecturer in Chemistry 




Stat 



Theological 



LL.D., University of Alabama. 



ity; M.A., Ha 



-Southe 



Work, Massachusett 



Technology. 

Allen G. Loehr 

Lecturer in Economics 
n College; Graduate Work, 



University of Chi 



B.Sc., Washington 



Hiram Benjamin Englebert 
Instructor in Mathematics 
-Southern College; Graduate '^Vork. University of Chicago. 

Howard Leake 
Instructor in Economics 
and Lee University; Graduate Work, University of Chicago. 




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Barbara Ransom 

Instructor in Physical Education 



James Oliver Pinkston 

Instructor r« Biology 

B.S.. Birmingham-Southern College; Graduate 

Worlv, Woods Hole. Mass., Marine Biological 

Laboratory, and University of Chicago. 

Jennings F. Gillem 
Assistant Football Coach 

Harry E. McNeel 
Instructor in Spanish 

Graduate Work, Co- 



JoHN E. Gran 

Instructor in Chemistry 

, A.M., Wesleyan Ilniversity, Connecticut. 

Otis Kirby 

Instructor in ReVwious Education 
. Birmingham-Southern College; Graduat 
rk, Yale University and Emory University. 

William T. Hammond 

Instructor in Spanish 

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Perry W. Woodhaisi 
Assistant Bursar 

A.B.. Birmingham-Southern College. 

William E. Glenn 

Instructor in Mathematics and Psychology 

V.B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute; A.M., Em 
ory University. 

James Clarence Posey 
Instructor in History 



Jesse H. Dollar 

Instructor in History 
A.B., Elon College; A.M., Vanderbilt University. 

William H. Jenkins 

Instructor in History and Alumni Secretary 



I. R. Obenchain 

Instructor in Education 

A.M., Columbi: 



George Peabodv College; 

:rsity; Graduate Work, Un 

cago and Paris. 



ity 



Chi 



A. \V. Shepherd 

Instructor in Public Speaking 



William Graham Echols 

Instructor in Reli(]ious Education 

A.B., University of Alabama; A.M., Birming- 
ham-Southern College. 

Lafayette R. Hanna 

Instructor in Economics 

LL.B., Washington and Lee University. 

E. M. Henderson 
Instructor in Journalism 

Furman University; B.S., Clemson College. 

Barry- O'Neal Shiflett 
Instructor in Pharmacy 



Richard A. Fennell 
Instructor in Biology 

A.B., Birmingham-Southern College. 



Guy C. Allen 

Inslructor in Piano 

Mrs. Guy C. Allen 
Instructor in Piano 

Charles W. Stoves 
Instructor in Art 

William G. Hall 
Instructor in Ethics of Pharmacy 



Alta L. King 

Instructor in Pharmacy La<w 

LL.B., Birmingham-Southern College. 

Sue Lillard Lee 

Secretary to the President 
Randolph-Macon Woman's College. 




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Alma MnUr 

On the city's western border. 

Reared against the sky. 
Proudly stands our Alma Mater, 

As the years roll by. 

Cherished by her sons forever, 
i\Iem'ries siveet shall throng. 

Round thy heart, our Alma Mater, 
As ire sing our song. 

Fornard ever, be our ivatchivord. 

Conquer and prevail; 
Hail.' to thee, our Alma JMater, 

Birmingham, all hail. 



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Senior Class Officers 

LuciEN GiDDiiKS President 

Robert McGregor Vice-President 

Ann Phillips Secretary 

Robert Sudderth Treasurer 



IjOelcomCy S^^iors 





Senior Class 



P.ARXELL ReLIUS AbRAMS, x'\.B. 
EVSLEV, ALA. 



AflLDRED LUCILE AcKER, A.B. 
REPUBLIC, ALA. 



Margi ERiTK An'ita Alford, A.B. 

A X Z 

ELMORE, ALA. 
I,e Cerole Fiaiicais; "Golcl and Black" Staff. 



Fran'Cis Ml'nroe Allen, A.B. 
K A 

MON'TEVALLO, ALA. 

Football. '25 '26. '27; Basketball, '26. '2S; Baseball. 
'26; Freshman Basketball, Baseball. Football, '2.5; 
Captain Freshman Basketball. '25; Athletic Commit- 
tee; Captain Basketball. '2S. 



Helex Gertrude Ashwander, A.B. 

STEPPVILLE, ALA. 



Herman- Charles Aufderhaar, B.S. 

K A 

CULLMAN, ALA. 

Freshman Tennis Team. '25; Varsity Tennis Tea 



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James Allsie Baswell, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Robert Rowden, A.B. 

i: A E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Football, --IR, '27, ■:;S: ■B" Club; Fr.^shman Football. 

■■2t: Freshman BasUetball. 'Sr, : Pan-Htllenic Council. 

'28, Presitlont. 



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JOHX (^ERALO BraDEORD, A.B. 

DICKINSON", ALA. 

Freshman Football, '25; Football '26, '2?; Freshn 
Track, '25; Track, ■2ii; President .Junior Class, 
Athletic C^ommittec. 



Frank Woodward Br.\xdox, A.B. 
2 A E 

ATLANTA, CA. 
Glee Club, -li. '26, '2i;; Le Cercle Francais 



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AValter Ritchie ]5ritt, A.B. 
i; A E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Pan-Hellenic Cotmcil. 



Harry Chestxlt Browxlie, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Glee Club. -25, '26; Pi Sigma Chi; Sigma Chi .\lphii 





Senior Class 



Woodson Corley Blrchfield, B.S. 
^ A E 

BlRiMIKGHAM, ALA. 
GlfC Club, 'So, -20; Band, 23, '24. '25, '26, '28. 



Emilio Erxesto C.av.aleri, Jr., A. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Edward Herbert Childs, A.B. 
K A 

HARTFORD, ALA. 
Football, ■211, -27, 



Hunt Clevel.a.nd, B.S. 

2 A E 

CEN'TERVILLE, ALA. 
Club; Th 



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,Junior Cla 



Edxa Jane Cofield, B.S. 

E.S'SLEV, ALA. 
StucUnt Volunteers; JNIay Festival, '25 



JoHx Ho.MER Crim, A.B. 

S A E 

HOLT, ALA. 

Freshman Tennis Team; President Greeks' Club. 






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DoR()TH\- Claire Cross, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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McCleta Davis, A.B. 



Oliver Jackson Edwards', A.B. 

PINE hill, ALA. 

Pi Gamma Mu; "Gold una Black" Slaft; Alpha In 
Tau, Secretary and Treasurer; Treasurer Y. M. 
A.; Treasurer Dormitory Committee. '26; Chairm 
Senior Gift Committee, 'L'S; Belles Lettres. 



Hubert Wesley Farley, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, AL.\. 



Bessie Olive Fossett, A.B. 
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BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Lex J. Fl llbright, A.B. 

2 A E 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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B'iROX Hall Gibsox, A.B. 

K A 
CULLMAN", ALA. 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Sigma Clii. Secretary: Sigma 

Chi Alplia, Secretary; Honpr Roll, ■24--25: Freshman 

Tennis, '25; Tennis Manager, '26-'27. 

Llciex Giddexs, A.B. 

K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Alabama Rhorles Scholar. '28; Student Senate Loying 
Cup, '27; Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Phi Kappa; 
Sigma Upsilon; Pi Gamma llu; Bta Sigma Phi; Student 



Senate, '27 
Editor "L 
Baseball, 



iident; President Se 
'27; Manager Baseball, '27; Varsity 
Club; Honor Roll; "n^ho's "n'ho 
Dramatic Club; Debating Club: 
Club Quaitet; Belies Lettres Lit- 
aud Black" Staff ■25. '26; Asso- 
ciate Editor, '27-'2S; "La Reyue" Staff, '25, Assistant 
Editor, '2S: Assistant Editor Handbook, '26; Corre- 
spondent News and Age-Herald; Class FootbaU, AH- 
Class Team, '26; Freshman Basketball, '25: Reserye 
Basketball. '2(i; Assistant Football Manager. '24. '25; 
Assistant Baseball Manager, "25, '26; Preshm.an Base- 
ball Manager. '25; Simpson-Southern Club, Pres 



Bexjamix Edwix Glasgow, A.B. 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Editor "La Reyue" '28; "La Reyue" Staff, '26, '27. '28; 
"Gold and Black" Staff. '26. '27. '28; Freshman Bas- 
ketball. '25; Greeks' Club;- Pan-Hellenic Council; Sigma 
Chi Alpha; Senior A\yard '28; Sigma L'psilon. 



Robert Samuel Glasgow, Jr., A.B. 
B K 

ADAMSVILLE, ALA. 

ma L'psilon: President, Sigma Chi Alpha; Publicity 
Sigma Chi; Assistant Editor "La Reyue," 
'28; Staff, "La Revue." '25; Staff. "Gold and Black," 
'28; Adyertising Manager "The Sun-Dial," '28: Pres- 
ident Minor-Southern Club. '25; Midget Football. '25; 



Manag 



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A-n-E 



'28. 



Charles Mlrdock Gr.aves, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
1'. M. C. 

Verlie Levert Greex, A.B. 

FOLEY, ALA. 
•La Revue" Staff. ■26-'27; "Gold and Black" Staff. '2S. 



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Senior Class 



Florence Clyde Greene, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Lois Greene, A.B. 
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BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Cecil F.-^in Hackney, A.B. 

^ I BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Sigma Upsilon; Class Football; "Gokl and Black' 
Staff. '25, '26, '27, Editor. '28; "La Revue" Staff, '2G 
■27, '28; Associate Editor, '28; Pan-Hellenic Council 



John Ralph Hackne^', A.B. 
A T n > 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Dorothy Lolise Harmer, A.' 

BESSEMER, ALA. 



Ercelle Tysox Harrison, A.B. 

FULTON, ALA. 




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Jefferson- Davis Hexr\-, A.B. 
n K A 

ATLANTA, GA. 

Glee Club. '24, -25. '26; Band. '24, '25, '26, '28; Secre- 
tary Student Award Committee. '28; Pan-Hellenic 
Council, '26, '27. '2S; Vice President. '28; Drum Major, 
■2S; Kappa Pi; Alpha Iota Tau; Senior Award; Class 
Football. '25, '26; Baseball. '27. 



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Oscar Felix Hewlett, A.B. 
e K N 

GURLEV, ALA. 

Alabama, '24, '25; Freshman Football, '2 
sity, -26. '27. 



Richard Gerald Hicks, A.B. 
n K A 

FAIRFIF.LD, ALA. 



Ivan Kexnedv Hill, A.B. 

WIVFIELD, ALA. 

Freshman Basketball, '25; Freshman Baseball, '25; 
"Gold and Black" Staff. '26; Senior Award; Student 
Senate, '27, '28 Secretary, '28; Varsity Baseball, '2 7. 



John- William Howard, A.B. 
K A 

TALLADEGA, ALA. 
Midget Football, '25; Class Football, ': 



Otis Howixgtox, B.S. 

LEN'OX, ALA. 
"Gold and Black" StalT, '28. 




Senior Ch 



Elsa Lee Hubbard, B.S. 

JASPER, ALA. 



Lola Eva Jacobs, A.B. 
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BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Honor Roll. '24- 



ClAUDE DlNKIXS JOHXSOX, B.S. 

MONTGOMLRV, ALA. 



Charles Glexn Jones, A.B. 

OPELIKA, ALA. 

Omicron Delta Knppa; Pi Gamma Mu, Presi 

Sigma Upsilon; Freshman Football, 'ii; Football. 

Second Honor Roll, •24-'2.5; Student Senate. '26 

Senior Award, '2S; Editor, "Gold and Black, 



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Charles Axdersox Kellev, B.S. 

MABEX, ALA. 
Theta Chi Delta. 



Bessie Lewis, A.B. 
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BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 





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Senior Class 



Leox Erxest Livixgstox, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Roy Long, A.B. 

CLIO, ALA. 



Fave Scott Loxxberg, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Robert Leberx Lucas, B.S. 

WINFIELD, ALA. 

Class Football, •24: Circulation Manager "Gold ar 

Black." '25; Assistant Business Manager. '26; Busine 

Manager, '27; Theta Chi Delta; Senior Award, '28. 



Lucy McCalley, A.B. 
z T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



"W.alter Pat McCoxxaughy, A.B. 

MONTEVALLO, ALA. 
Glee Club, '25; Honor Roll. '26; Band. '2.5, '211. '27, 



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AViLRi R Marvix McDoxAi.n, R.S. 
Ji K 

FLAT ROCK, ALA. 



RoRERT Pope McGregor, A.R. 

A i: * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

DramiUic Club; Gieelcs Club; Pan-Hellenic Cu 
Seci-Btaiy Gngfjcs' Club, '28. 



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Margaret May^AIcPhersox, 
R.S. in Education 



Alva Lewis McPhersox, A.B. 



M.argaret ]\Iartix, A.B. 
A X fi 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Dramatic Club. 



WiLLiAAi Clyde Martix, A.B. 

BAILEYTOWN, ALA. 





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ViRGixiA Miller, A.B. 
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BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 




Honor Roll, ■24-'25: Second Honor Koll. ■25-'26: ■■GolJ 
and Black" Staff, '25, '26, '27, '28; Women's Pan- 
Hellenic Council; Le Cercle Francais; Chi Delta Phi; 
Recording Secretary, '36; "La Revue" Staff, '26. '27, 
'2S; Belles Lettres Literary Society, Treasurer, '25. 
Critic. '26; Senior Ring Committee; President Le 
Cercle Francais, '28; Pi Gamma Mu. 



Marv Virginia Millicax, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Roll. '2r,. 



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T.^. C. A, 



Alice Mims, A.B. 

Z T A 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Cabinet, '25 ; Secieta 



Herbert Minga, A.B. 

X X 

XEITLETON, MISS. 
Mississippi-SouthcriyGlub; Ministerial Association. 



crivaub; Ministeri, 

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Frances Mitchell, A.B. 

Z T A 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Maude Alice iMooRE, A.B. 
A X n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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JosF.i'H Sheluox Morris, A.B. 
A T f! 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. / 

Class Football, '24; Glee Club, '26, '28; Band, 



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Percy Nolen, A. 15. 

SILURIA, ALA. 



Mildred Orr, A.B. 
A X n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Alexander Pleasant Patterson, B.S. 
B K 

ENSLEY, ALA. 



Fletcher Kirkpatrick Perrow, Jr., A.B. 

2 A E 

ANNISTON, ALA. 

Dixie Sunflower MinstreLs. 



Adele Shabell Pharo, A.B. 

A X fi 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

.Associate Editor Ficshman "Gold and Black," '24; 

Staff, '24, '25, '26, '27; Girls' Glee Club; French Club; 

Chi Delta Phi. 





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Senior Class 



Catherine Louise Phifer, A.B. 
birmingham, ala. 

Simpson-Snutlif-rn Club. 



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An'x Ri th Phillips, A.B. 
A X n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Mabel Ponder, A.B. 
e T 

EKSLEV, ALA. 

Gills' Glee Club; Music Festival: Chi Delta Phi; Xc- 

Ionian Club: Ensley-Southevn Club; atafE, The Su 

Dial; "Gold and Black" Staff. 



Lena Margaret Powell, A.B. 
A X s 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA, 



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Walter Lee Roe, A.B. 
e K N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Honor Roll. '24. •25. '26: Class Football, '^-l: .lu 
Far-ultv; Debating: Club; Pan-Hellenic Council; Cb 
cal Club: "La Revue" Staff. 



Melvix Duncan Russell, B.S. 

E.VSLEY, ALA. 
Sismn Chi: Newtonian Club; Dcllola.v Club. 



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Senior Class 



Christine Orime Saunders, A.]?. 
A n 

niRMIXCllAM, Al.A. 



James Rushton Smith, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Brant RittenhoIse SNAVEL^■, A.B. 

2 A E 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Omicron Dpita Kappa; Manager Freshman Football: 

A.'isi.'itant Manager Football, '26, '27; Manager, '27; 

Simpsnn-SouJJieriy.GJub. 



Nettie Barmore Springfield, A.B. 

SULLICENT, ALA. 

Assistant Business Manager "La Revue." '27; "Gold 
and Blark" Staff, ■26, '27; Seeretarv Belles Lettrcs 
Literary Society; Second Honor Roll; Co-Ed Coun- 
cil. '26. 



Josephine Frances Stephens, A.B. 
n B * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Chi Delta Phi; Pan-Hellenic Council; French Cluh. 

Honor Roll. -2.5, '26; Newtonian Club; Y. W. C. A.; 

Co-Ed Council; President Chi Delta Phi; Co-Editor. 

The Sun Dial. 



Eliza Boilware Stokes, A.B. 
A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 





Senior Class 



Robert Jamison Sudderth, A.B. 

2 A E 
CHATTAKOOGA, TENN. 

President Sophomore Class. '25; Glee Club. '2 
Traek; Pan-Hellenic Council. 



J.AMES Frederick Sulzby, A.B. 

X X 

EIRMIN'GHAM, ALA. 



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V.Ax Burex T.aunton, A.B. 

LAXETT, ALA. 

on Delta Kappa; Student Senate; Ministerial 
ation; Masonic Club; Clariosophic Literary So- 
Second Honor Roll; President Student Senate, 
'2S; Senior Award, '28. 



GiDEOX B.ASKETTE TiMBERL.AKE, B.S. 

STEVENSON, ALA. 

Track Team. 



Benjamin Franklin Tingle, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ministerial Association. 



Gly Travis, A.B. 

2 A E 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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JosKi'H Erxrst Travis, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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George Hollin Wakefield, A.B. 
A T n 

OXFORD, ALA. 

Business Manager "La Revue," 'SS; Assistant Base- 
ball Manaser, '25. '26, '27; "Gold anrt Black" Staff, 
'24, '25, '26; Baseball Manager, '2S. 



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Harold Buford Wallace, B.S. 



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Floy Adelaide Ward, A. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Mrs. Elizabeth Mason Ware, B.S. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Edith Buell West, A.B. 
z T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Dramatic Club; Pan-Hellenic Council. 





Senior Class 



Thomas Ot[s White, A.B. 
B K 

MONTEVALLO, ALA. 



SuLA Frances Whittle, A R. 

BIRMIN'CHAM, ALA. 

Clariosopliic Literary Society, President. -28: T. W. 
C. A Chairman o( Finance; Girls' Track, ■;;«: Pres- 
ident, T. W. C. A., '28; Senior Award. 'I'S. 



Kathleen Edith AVilkixs, A.B. 

POWnERLV, ALA. 



Edwin Moore Williams, B.S. 
birmingham, ala. 



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Gerald Nelson Williams, B.S. 

2 A E 
LINDEN', ALA. 
Biology L'lub; Gerl 



Rlth Johnson Wilson, A.B. 



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EniTH DhES WlNGARD, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Andrew Kiel Wissin'gi:r, A.B. 
li K 

nlRMINOn AM, ALA. 



Jennie Mickle Wood, A.R. 
A n 



BIRMIN'CIIAM, ALA. 
'hi D.lta Phi; ICappa Pi; "Ln Revue" Staff, 



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Perry Wilson Woodham, A.B. 
n K A 

OPP, ALA. 

iirtent Freshman Class. ■25; Treasurer Sophomore 
:s, '2(1; Glee Club, '25; "Gold and Black" Staff. 
"La Rtvue" Staff. '25; Biology Club; Clariosophic 
rary Society; Theta Chi Delta; President Simpson- 
Southern Club, '20. 



William Leon Yeildixg, A.B. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Edwin Ferrell Young, A.B. 

X X 

ENSLEV, ALA. 





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Junior Class Ofpcers 

James Westbrooks President 

HoYT DoEBS Vice-President 

Jewel McDuffie Secretary 

Leslie Waller Treasurer 



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Junior Class 



Evelyn Mary Armstrong 

ARAB, ALA. 
Co-Ed Basketball. '21;, '27, '28. 

Mayme Bagley 

A X JJ 

powderly, ala. 

Marie Bailey 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Richard Cla\' Bailey 
e K N 

NEWBERN, ALA. 

Freshman Track, '26, Varsity. '27, '28; Capta 

Fall Tiack, '27; "La Revue" Staff, '26, '2 

"Gold and Black," '27, '28. 

Grace Baker 

PRATT CITV, ALA. 

Hkxry Keexer Barnes 

camp hill, ala. 



MiLFORD Edward Barnes 

'a 2 * 

albertville, ala. 

lan Football, '25; Varsity Football, 
■26, '27. 

John Edmund Bartlett 

2 A E 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Harold Edmond Beagle 
n K A 

NEW BRITAIN, CONN. 

II, '27; President Spanish Club, 
Secretary "B" Club, '27. 

Jewel Beal 
e T 

Wi'LAM, ALA. 
"Gold and Black" Staff. 

Edwin Walker Berry 
A 2 * 

CAMIIEN, ALA. 




Junior Class 



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Ralph Emersox Bice 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

"Gold and Black" Staff; "La Revue" Staff. 

H.ARL.AXD Bishop 
birmingham, ala. 

Jefferson D.avis Boling 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

William Daniel Boling 
birmingham, ala. 

Ministerial Association. 

James Mitchell Brown 

G K N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Biisinrs.=i Manager "Crdd and Black," '27. 



Mary Carmichael 
A X fi 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Belles Lettres. 

Ola Mae Carter 

A X 2 
OPP, ALA. 

Claude Chamblee 

B K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ina Christie 

birmingham, ala. 

Evelyn Coffin 
A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Chi Delta Phi: "Gold and Black' 



Lira Coontz 
A n 

SEDALIA, MISS. 




Janice Craig 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

EvEL'i'N Crow 

Z T A 

birmingham, ala. 

Bradley DeHaney 
B K 

EXSLEY, ALA. 

Lottie Dew 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Charles Dill 
A 2 * 

ANNISTON, ALA. 
Manager-elect Fontliall, '2! 



Junior Class 



HoYT DoBBS, Jr. 
* A e 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Howard Draper 
birmingham, ala. 

Teresa Druimheller 
A X n 

HOT SPRING, ARK. 
Co-Ed CounciL 

Lucile Elliot 

FAIRFIELD, ALA. 

Bessie Will Elrod 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Margaret Ezell 

BESSEMER, ALA. 



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Junior Class 



Maude Flo^'d 
birmingham, ala. 



Rob Floyd 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Alice Goddard 
n B * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Chi Delta Phi: French Club: Classical Club; Y. 

W. C. A.: Honor Roll, '25, '26; Co-Ed 

Council, '27. 



Bernard Frazier 
birmingham, ala. 

Band, '25 ; Glee Club; Honor Roll, 

Elma Louise Gibson 
birmingham, ala. 

Amella Gilimer 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Alma Greene 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Annalee Greene 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Howell Guin 
e K N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Football, '26, '27. 



Fountain Hair 

ENSLEY, ALA. 



Lillian Halfacre 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 




Junior Class 



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Margaret Hamilton 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Robert Hargrave 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Dorothy Hawkixs 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Paul Hexckell 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ralph Henderson 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ted Hightower 
e K N 

GOSHEN, ALA. 



Martha Belle Hilton 

Z T A 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Fontaine Howard 

K A 

autaugaville, ala. 

Marion Hurlbert 
z T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Frances Jackson 
n b" ■!> 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Pan-Hellenic. 

Ward Keener 

X X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Glee Club. 



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Junior Class 



John King 

JOPPA, ALA. 

p-ontbnil. •".%, '^T. 

HuliERT LaVIES 
OKA 

VVVLAM, ALA. 
FootbaU, 'llli; I'aiiit and Piiti'hes 

Chandler Lazenby 
K A 

MO.VROEVILLE, ALA. 

Jlanagrr Baskrtliall, 'L'S. 

William P. McCarty 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ministerial Association. 

Mildred McCullough 

TARRANT, ALA, 



Th():ma.s M. McDaniei, 

birmingham, ala. 

Dorothea McDonald 
fairfield, ala. 

Co-Ed Baslietball, '27, '28 ; Manager 

Jewel McDi ffie 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Porter McLendon 

CARBON HILL, ALA. 
Fall Tiack, -LIT; ■■Geld and Black'^ S 

AValter McNeill, Jr. 

A T n 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Francis T. McTrottes 
n K A 

NEW HAVEN, CONN. 





Junior Class 



Clustie McTyerie 
birmingham, ala. 

Elizabeth Mackey 
A o n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

UeValse Mann 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Upsilon; "Gold and Black" Staff; "Li 
t" Staff; Paint and Patches; Glee Club. 

Marvin Mantel 
B K 

brewton, ala. 

Elbert Martin 

K A 
ATHENS, ALA. 



Martha Mays 

A X 2 

birmingham, ala. 

Joseph W. Miner 

KIMBERLY, ALA. 

F. Durward Moore 

2 A E 

brewton, ala. 

Elizabeth ^Iorris 
A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Cecil Murray 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ernest Neipp 
new britain, conn. 





Elsie Nesbitt 

A X Si 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Hugh Ogle 
A 2 * 

ALBERTVILLE, ALA. 

Football, '26, '27. 

M.ABEL Evelyn O'Neal 
A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

John Yuille Pace 
K A 

GROVE HILL, ALA. 

Football, '2C, '27; Alternate-Captain Elect, '2S 

Gilmer Phillips 
e K N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Elizabeth Powers 

watson, ala. 

Claude Reeves 
opelika, ala. 

Elva Roberts 
z T A 

PRATT CITY, ALA. 
"La Revue" Staff. 

Melda Robinson 
birmingham, ala. 

Alfred Roebuck 
B K 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 




Junior Class 



Marjorie Sayer 

A X fi 

EnSLEY, ALA. 

Classical Club. 

Hubert Searcy 
skipperville, ala. 



Herbert Singleton 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Mary Frances Sowell 
A o n 

BREWTON, ALA. 
uicl Pat 



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Pan-Helle 



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Black" Staff. 

Willie Joe Sellers 
A X 2 

EXSLEY, ALA. 
Honor Roll. 

Minnie Mae Shannon 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

George Harbin Singleton 

X X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Lamar Speakes 
hartselle, al.w 

Ralph Starkey 
altoona, ala. 

]\Iary Stead 
A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Dudley Stephens 
A T n 

CLIO, ALA. 





Junior Class 



O. N. Strickland 

ALBERTVILLE, ALA. 
FootbalL '27. 

Rex Sullivan 
A 2 * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Cheer Leader, '2G; Glee Club. 

Mar^- Thweatt 

A X S 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
>; Secrotaiy. '27; Student Volunte 

Leslie Waller 

CULLMAN, ALA. 
Football, •2G, '27; Baseball. '27. 

Clara Warren 
A X n 

ENSLEY, ALA. 



Virginia Webb 
A o n 

CALVERT, ALA. 

Treasurer Y. W. C. A., '26; Manager Co-Ed 
Basketball, '27; Reserve Basketball; Biology 
Club; Girls Chorus; Vice President Simpson- 
Southern Club, '26; "La Revue" Staff. 

James Westbrook 

K A 

BIRMIN'GHAM, ALA. 

Glee CUb: B.Tnrt; Oreh"Stra; Belles Lettrcs; 

Greeks Club; Vice President Sophomore Class, 

■27; President Junior Class. '27. 

Grace Wiggins 

a X f) ■ 

DENMARK, S. C. 

Leo WiLLiAisis 
e T 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Co-Bd Council; "La Revue" Staff. 




Elizabeth Wood 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Louise Wood 
A X s 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Clovce Hardy President 

Mildred Tillman Vice-President 

Lucille Bell Secretary-Treasurer 

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pnomore 



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Cecil Emory Aberxathy 
i; A E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Greeks Club; Paint and Patches. 

Jesse Cameron Axderson 

BIRMIXGHAM, ALA. 

Leola Ar.mstroxg 
n B * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Harlyx Joseph Ashexfhlter 

X X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Virginia Averyt 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Simpson-Southern Club. 

William Claire Barcliff 
2 A E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Freshman Basketball, '27. 



John William Barxes 

lafayette, ala. 

^Iary Loi ise Barton 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

William Raixes Battle 

K A 

TUSCUMBIA, ALA. 
Varsity Football. 27. 

LuciLE Bellah Bell 

A X V. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Pan-Hellenic Council. 

Dorothy Allen Blake 

ENSLEV, ALA. 

Alys Luise Bowie 
A o n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Marianna Brittain 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 






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Soph 



pnomore 



Ch 



RoswELL Brown 

X X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Elaine Conwell 
e T 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Robert Bennet Brown 

X X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Greeks Club; Band. ':;('.. '27; Glee Club, '27, '2S. 

Jasper Dixon Bush 

A S * 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

May Cliff Stewart Blss 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
"Gold and Black" Staff; Chi Delta rlii. 

Lona Lourine Cathey 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Cecil Huffaian Cowan 

X X 

BESSEMER, ALA. 

Elizabeth Crabbe 
A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Helen Crane 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
"Gold and Black" Staff; Chi Delta Phi 

George Charles Crook, Jr. 

K A 

ATMORE, ALA. 




Helen Mildred Crooks 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Idell Crowder 
adam3ville, ala. 



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Virginia Crowder 

ADAMSVILLE, ALA. 

Gladstone Lorex Culpepper 

BIRMIXGHAM, ALA. 
Ministerial Association. 

ViTis Braxd Clrrie 
e K N 

BIRMINGHAM, .•VLA. 
Freshman Basket)3all, '21;; Varsity, '27. 

Dorothy Dee 
z T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

WiLLLAM Davis Dextox 

new castle, ala. 

James Sheltox Dickexsox 

K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Camillus Dismlkes 
e K N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Chester Dobbs 
crossville, ala. 

Ministerial Association. 

ZoRA Ell.\ Dobsox 
A X n 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 

LuciLE Roy Downs 
adamsville, ala. 

Alice Belle Dl alas 
Z T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Charles Duxcax 

SHEFFIELD, ALA. 
II Football. '2i;; Freshman Baseball. 



George Dyer 

BOYLES, ALA. 
"La Revue" Staff. 













Sopnomore Ch 



EvERETTE Elliot 
A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Co-Ed Council. 

LiDiE Beck Elliot 
A n 

birmingham, ala. 

Bartlett Jones Exgram 

e K N 

new brockton, ala. 

Charles Tigert Ferrel 

A 2 * 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ministerial Association. 

James Gary Findlay 

2 A E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Freshman Football, '27. 

Hen'ry Edward Flore y 

VINCENT, ALA. 



Robert Nicholson Freeman 
2 A E 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Sarah Lois Garrison 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Basketball Squad. 

loLA Bethal Gerald 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ruth Christina Gibson 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Evelyn Louise Gilbert 
z T a 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Kathryn Ximrod Gibson 
z T a 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Helen Gilbert 
z T a 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 









Sophomore Class 



Thomas Mortiner Giles 

BIRMIKGHAM, ALA. 
Y. JM. C. A. 

James Willis Glasgow, Jr. 

SERVICE, ALA. 

Willie Nolan Gray 
, bueka vista, miss. 



David J. Griffin 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Pall Track, '27; Winner Cooper Road Ra 

Addre Guthrie 

KIMBERLY, ALA. 
Co-Ed Basketball, '2G. '27, 



Charles H.all 
A T fi 

MONTGOMERY, ALA. 
Freshman Baseball. '27. 

Jane Isabel Hamill 
A o n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
ce President Freshman Class, ' 

Cloyce Wilbert Hardy 
e K N 

POWDERLY, ALA. 



Nell Miller H.arris 
birmingham, ala. 

Nathaniel H. Hawkins, Jr. 

X X 

ENSLEV, ALA. 



Willie Lee Hayes 

FAIRFIELD, ALA. 

Thelma Lee Hendrickson 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 






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Sopnomore Class 



Joseph Earl Kelly, Jr. 

REPTON, ALA. 

Ada Lillian Kennedy 
birmingham, ala. 

Nan Elizabeth Kennedy 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Edward Nix Lasseter 

K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
■•Golil and Black" Start. 

Leona Lasseter 
birmingham, ala. 

Joseph Jones Lawrence 
B K 

SELMA, ALA. 




Obadiah Bee Locklear 
e K N 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Student Senate. 

Edith Elizabeth Lyle 

Z T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Rosamond McArthlr 

A n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

WiLHEMix.A Jane McPherson 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Ethel Lucile Marshall 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

George Augustus ^Iiller, Jr. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Frances ^Montgomery 
e T 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Florence Moore 
z T A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Maree '^'voxxe Moore 
birmingham, ala. 

Robert F^dg.ar Moore 
:s A E 

BREWTON, ALA. 

r.eacU-r, '27; Vi 
25; Business Ma 



Joe Miller Morrls 
A T n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Glee Club, '27. 

Terrel Jeptha Morris 
"n K A 

GENEVA, ALA. 

Elsie Duncan Morrison 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 




Irene Motley 
n B * 

ENSLEY, ALA. 

Marion AIullen 
e T 

TALLADEGA, ALA. 

Gray ]\Iullexi)ore 
e K N 

ROANOKE, ALA. 
•La Revue" Staff; Ministerial Association. 

James Ayer Munroe 
A 2 * 

SYLACAUGA, ALA. 

Margaret Murray 

adamsville, ala. 

George Murtha 
n K A 

NEW BRITAIN, CONN. 
Freshman Football, '26. 

Gladys McWhorter Nicholson 
A X o 

COLLINSVILLE, ALA. 



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HoYT AxDREw Nolan 
2 X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

LULA Ogbl'rn 

Z T A 

birmingham, ala. 

Blanche Katherine Pardue 

ENSLEY, ALA. 

Susan Patterson 
e T 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

W. R. Peavv 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Sara Belle Penrod 
A X fi 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA, 



Jennie Dee Robinson 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Marion Rorson 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Hudson Russel 

WVLAM, ALA. 

BiENVENiDE Sanchez 
Itabo, Prov. Mtz., Cuba 

Ministei-i;il Association. 



Augusta De> 

ENSLEV 



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Fanny Seay 
birmingham, ala. 

Mildred Caxtrell Self 

A X S 
WARRIOR, ALA. 

Ba.slietball, '27, '28. 

Harry Bernard Shaw, Jr. 
fulton, miss. 

JlississipiJi-Soutli. ru Club; Glfe Club. 

Margaret Shepherd 
n B ii> 

EIRMIXGIIAM, ALA. 
WiLLLAM JeMISON SiM.MONS 

A T n 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Margaret Smith 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 




William Davi 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Varsity Football, '27; FlLShman Baseball. 

Helen Florence Snow 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

William Donald Sparks 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Gilbert Arion Spencer 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Robert Lee Sudduth 
n K A 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Captain Freshman Football. '26; Fresh 
Basketball; Freshman Baseball; Freshm 
Track. 

Elizabeth Swindle 
A X fi 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



H. L. Swint 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



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Helen' Harris Walker 
birmingham, ala. 

Elbert Stephen Wallace 
X X 

SAPULPA, OKLA. 
Tau Kappa Alplia; D: 



Rexetta Kate Walto 
haleyville, ala. 



Ware 
E 

AM, ALA. 



Arnold Hobson Watwood 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 
Ministerial Association. 

George Louise Weaver 
birmingham, ala. 

Jack Stewart Webb 
K A 

ATMORE, ALA. 

Paul Henry Whatley 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 

Wilson Cecil Wilhite 

ENSLEY, ALA. 

Ronald Saunders \Vilson 
X X 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



Katherine Wilbur Woodbury 
birmingham, ala. 



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Freshman Class Officers 

Joe Whitson President 

Guy McNarron Vice-President 

Reeie Perry Secretary-Treasurer 




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J. R. Adolphus, H. C. Alexander, L. D. Alexavder, C. G. Axdersov, P. J. Anderson-, N. Archer 

M. E. Ash, R. F. Badger, H. W. Barber, C. O. Barnes, R. C. Barton, M. DeJ. Beard 

M. E. Blackwood, T. Blanton, W. W. Bonds, J. T. Bookout, V. N. Boone, L. G. Boswell 

S. D. Bradley, E. J. Brinks, K. Brothers, C. E. Brown, J. A. Brown, F. McD. Bruner 

H. L. Buchanan, M. M. Burns, F. E. Butler, C. W. Cain, L. McC. Carre, L. E. Case 



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L. M. Cater, J. I. Chilton, H. L. Cleveland, K. Clifton, R. C. Clingman, E. V. Clotfelter 

C. E. Cochrane, J. B. Cole, N. Collier, O. E. Collier, J. G. Cooke, E. F. Coonev 

J. D. Couch, E. V. Cowan, R. C. Crooks, N. C. Crumpton, V. M. Crumpton, W. LaF. Crunk 

Z. T. CuRREv, W. A. CuRRiE, A. L. Davison, C. P. Dawson, W. E. Dean, J. Pinsmore 

A. L. DODSON, J. G. Driesback, P. D. Duke, W. C. Duke, C. E. Dunn, F. L. Dunn 




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C. E. Epperson", O. H. Esslixcek, R. X. Evans, S. E. Fields, J. W. Findlavson, A. L. Fletcher 

M. Fortenberrv, E. M. Fowler, M. T. Francis, C. H. Franklin, R. Franklin, W. P. Gewin 

M. A. Glenn, I. P. Graves, B. R. Green, R. A. Grimes, W. T. Gunter, C. S. Hall 

D. Hall, B. Halleman, E. N. Hamill, V. B. Hamilton, C. A. Hanchev, M. C. Hanchev 

A. S. Hargis, L. L. Harris, M. F. Harris, M. Havnes, J. C. Henderson, H. V. Herndon 



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R. L. Herring, F. D. Hekzfeld, V. L. IIicks, E. A. Higgins, W. A. Hill, M. L. Horton 
F. M. Houghton, C. A. Howard, L. Howell, R. J. Huey, P. R. Huffstutler, W. E. Ivey 

M. E. Jackson, E. A. Jenkins, S. P. Johnson, A. R. Jones, L. E. Jones, H. Jordan 

R. E. Kern, A. D. Kilburn, M. A. Kinney, N. E. Kirk, A. C. Kirkwood, M. E. Knecht 

O. L. Kmght, C. Lamar, T. L. Lavne, N. L. Levinge, B. M. Lewis, C. A. Lewis 



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p. Lewis, C. P. Llovd, \V. P. Lo\c, G. B. Loonev, \V. R. Lowery, E. R. Lyde 

M. D. McCain, M. M. McCarn", M. R. McCowan, G. P. McCrackex, G. C. McGixxis, 

H. M. McLaughlin 

G. T. McNaron, M. N. McTyeire, W. E. Macon, A. L. Malone, F. B. Marquis, A. E. Martin 

C. E. Martin, F. E. Massey, J. N. Massey, S. R. Mathes, H. P. Mathison, M. H. Mayfield 

D. Mead, M. B. Merriweather, S. A. Merriam, H. Middleerooks, W. G. Miller, T. M. Milner 




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M. M. MiMs, N. Mitchell, G. Moore, W. R. Morgax, A. S. Morto.v, A. J. Moss 

G. E. Motley, V. L. Norrell, W. R. Norton, H. G. Owen, E. I. Ozier, M. L. Page 

J. M. Parker, L. F. Parrish, W. L. Passmore, V. M. Patton, W. W. Payne, A. M. Pearson 

J. W. Perkins, R. B. Perry, E. B. Pitts, W. Poole, B. R. Powell, I. C. Pow'ELL 

O. B. Pruet, M. N. Pulaski, C. J. Plmilia, D. R. Ramey, F. D. Reece, I. H. Reese 



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E. E. Rex-nie, C. E. Rice, M. J. Rickles, C. W. Robbins, M. B. Roberts, H. L. Robertsox 

C. P. Rogers, M. T. Rolen-, G. J. Ronson, R. Rose, J. M. Rose, A. H. Rube 

J. R. Rush, I. B. Russel, R. H. Sadler, E. Sawyer, K. Scruggs, N. Z. Shackleford 

N. E. Shifflet, C. D. Smith, H. C. Smith, J. J. Smith, C. A. Sn'AVEly, F. M. Sxow 

L. Staksell, H. a. Stricklin, H. Stringer, C. D. Sullivan, A. C. Summerford, C. M. Tebo 








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L. L. Terry, T. E. Thrower, M. G. Tiller, J. C. Tolley, E. T. Townsend, F. H. Turner 

E. E. Tyler, A. K. Vaughan, B. Vincent, A. S. Waldrop, E. J. Walkley, H. E. Ward 

M. E. Ward, H. Ware, A. A. Weaver, R. Weeks, M. E. Webb, A. E. Whitehouse 

B. K. Whiteside, J. M. Whitson, F. M. Wiggins, L. O. Wiginton, W. T. Wiklo, J. H. Williams 

L. L. Williams, P. A. Wood, S. B. Word, D. F. Wright, I. K. Yeilding, W. E. Young 




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Jenks Gillem has been promoted from associate to head football coach at Birmingham-South- 
ern, and Harold D. Drew has resigned his job as athletic director here to accept a similar post 
at the University of Chattanooga. Carey Robinson has been named the R. S. Munger Professor 
of Physical Education, honoring the donor of the Hilltop athletic plant. 

Birmingham-Southern will have two former All-Southern gridiron stars on the staff next year. 
Gillem was All-Southern end at Sewanee, and Robinson made All-Southern center at Auburn. 

Gillem will be returning to Birmingham-Southern next year for his sixth time. Drew is 
finishing his fourth season on the Hilltop. 



Managers 

Brant, Snavely, Charley Dill. 
Elbert Johnson, Harry Herndon, 
Walter McNeil and Alfred Kil- 
burn composed the football man- 
agerial staff to handle grid ac- 
tivities last year at Birmingham- 
Southern. 

Snavely was varsity manager 
and Dill was freshman manager. 

Others were assistants, and 
they aided Manager Snavely 
consistently. 

Charley Dill has been pro- 
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The Squad 



In the 1927 season the Panther mentors were forced to select their starting line-ups from one 
of the smallest squads ever representing Birmingham-Southern. Only thirty men worked out 
regularly for varsity berths. Ineligibilities, injuries and other causes greatly reduced the size 
of the promising squad of athletes that reported for duty early in September. 

In the forward wall, Captain Williamson, Captain-elect Bartlett, Battle and King acquitted 
themselves with the greatest degree of consistency. Wharton, Strickland and Barnes exhibited 
work that was little behind that of the first-mentioned gridders. 

Pace, Lott and Smith were the stars of the backfield, although all of the trio were handicapped 
at various times during the season with injuries. Hewlett, O'Brien, Bradford and Guin also 
flashed brightly at intervals. 



Cheer Lead 



Edgar ("Red") Moore, Rex Sulliva 
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and Robert Tucker composed the 1927-1928 cheering brigade of 
iito the new game, but he made an excellent job of it. So close 
was the race in voting for cheer 
leader that a second vote was 
necessary. Sullivan, who was 
cheer leader the previous year 
ran Moore a close second, but 
the sorreltop hustler came 
through in the final vote. 

Red Moore was probably the 
hardest working cheer leader 
that Birmingham-Southern has 
ever had. He labored on all 
sides and he labored faithfully. 

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Football Resume 

After an intensive training period the Panthers opened the hardest schedule of Birnningham- 
Sonthern football history by clashing with Marion Institute on Munger Bowl, September 24. In 
a somewhat slow struggle the Cadets were tamed 14 to o. The Cats failed to show exceptional 
form in this battle, fumbles and erratic passing marring the game. 

The next week found the Drewmen on the road, headed for Starkville, Mississippi. Here the 
Hilltoppers took on their second foe of the season, the A. and M. Maroons, one of the strongest 
aggregations in the Southern Conference. The Panthers lost to the powerful Aggies, but showed 
better form than in the Marion tilt. Several of "Spud's" star workers were hurt in this game, 
handicapping the Gold and Black combination the remainder of the season. 

Continuing their rambling tactics, the Golden Cats boarded a northbound rattler the follow- 
ing week and journeyed up to Memphis, Tenn. On October 8 they battled the Lynx of South- 
western University in the lair of the mountaineers. The Lynx had gained a great reputation by 
a wonderful showing against the University of Alabama, and they lived up to the press compli- 





meats by trouncing the Panthers 19 to 7. A series of trick plays and passes gave the Tennesseans 
a triumph over the Magic City boys. 

Saturday. October 15, the Panthers lined up opposite the Centre College Colonels at Rickwood 
in their second appearance of the year before local fandom. The tawny Cats evidenced great 
improvement to win over the Kentucky gridders 20 to o. Coach Drew's aggregation consistently 
outplayed the Blue Grass footballers and deserved to win by an even larger score. Pace, Full- 
bright, Lott and Smith shone most brightly in the backfield, running off plays with a cohesive 
teamwork that was very unusual. A hard-fighting line, inspired by the fine playing of Captain 
"Tony" Williamson, ably abetted these scintillating ball carriers in their ground-covering jaunts. 

October 22 the Hilltop was practically deserted, the major portion of the student body accom- 
panying the Golden Panthers to Chattanooga. In the mountain village the Cats grappled with 
the University of Chattanooga Moccasins in one of the fiercest tilts of the year. The 'Noogans 
had previously won a long string of games and were doped to beat the Methodists by several 
touchdowns. The result of the tussle was Southern 8, Chattanooga 12. Ciiven an even number 
of breaks, and the Drewmen would probably have won. John Bartlett's great playing in this 
game gained for him a berth on the All-S. I. A. A. eleven. 




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The next week Coaches Drew and Gillem herded their charges aboard a fast rattler and 
journeyed over to Shreveport, La, to meet the Centenary College combine, who were S. I. A. A. 
champions of 1926. After holding their opponents 7 to o in the first half, the Birminghammers 
weakejied in the last, and were beaten 20 to 7. Ogle and Childs starred, "Shorty's" play at one 
of the flanks being of an outstanding nature, while "Baby'' carried the pigskin over for Southern's 
only counter. 

Friday following the strenuous go with the Louisianians, Captain "Tony" Williamson led his 
cohorts over into the Delta State for the annual affair with the Millsaps College Majors. The 
Majors put up a stiff scrap but were subdued by the Panthers via the aerial route. Two passes, 
Vincent to Ogle, accounted for the pair of touchdowns, and gave Southern a victory over the 
team that had beaten Howard in an earlier game. The entire Gold and Black team showed 
splendid form in conquering the Mississippians. 

The next week Coach Bohler brought over his Mississippi College Choctaws for an engage- 
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line. According to the dopesters they were scheduled not only to continue winning, but also to 
keep their goal line spotless. The two aggregations met at Rickwood in a heavy scoring spree. 
Before the final whistle announced the close of hostilities the Southerners had crossed the Choc- 
taws' hitherto unsoiled line thrice, and in turn had been scored on five times. The final count was 
33 to 19 in favor of the Bohlerites. The Sunshine Slopers played heads-up football, all three 
of their six-pointers coming when alert Panthers converted breaks into scores. Fullbright and 
Vincent performed well, both offensively and otherwise, while Waller and Ogle at the flanks, 
and Pace and Guin in the backfield deserve commendation. 

Eight games were behind. There remained only the local clash with the Howard Bulldogs. 
Once again it was Baptist vs. Methodist. November 19 the Panther and Bulldog featured the 
dedication of Legion Field with their yearly battle of thrills. Meeting in an atmosphere suggestive 
of the Army-Navy game, the Kentucky Derby, or other sporting events having back of thein a 
tradition of keen competition, the ancient rivals furnished a great exhibition of the great col- 
legiate pastime. At first the tide of battle rolled westward. Then it turned east as Billy Bancroft, 




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captain of the Bulldogs, heaved a pass to a teammate for a touchdown, and late in the game 
dropkicked for the additional three points that made the score stand Howard 9, Birmingham- 
Southern o. The Panthers played great football the first half, twice carrying the oval to the 
enemy's ten-yard line. But each time they failed to make good the scoring chance. Captain 
Williamson, playing his last game for Southern, flashed wonderful defensive skill. Waller's 
work at end, and Pace and Lott'a performances in the backfield stood out as best for the Hill- 
toppers. ' 

Thus ended the Panthers' 1927 season, leaving them with six games lost and three won. As 
reckoned in the percentage column, that is not a very impressive record. But when considered in 
light of the unusually rugged schedule attempted by the Gold and Black griflmen, it is not alto- 
gether bad. 

Seven Panthers — Bradford, Bowden, Fullbright, Hewlett, Childs, Allen and Captain William- 
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Freshman Football 

Sometimes showing flashes of speed and power, then slowing up considerably, 
the Birmingham-Southern freshmen enjoyed a mediocre season on the 1927 grid- 
iron. The Cubs captured one game, tied one, and lost a pair of decisions. 

Hilltop's yearling eleven opened the season by holding the powerful Ala- 
bama rats to a 13 to o count. It was the lowest total of the year to which the 
Baby Tide was held. The young Tide won the Southern Conference rat 
championship. 

Playing far below par, the Cubs were fought to a scoreless draw by the 
Alabama Military Academy Cadets of Anniston. The Cubs had numerous 
chances to score, but they were unable to put over the final punch. 

Coach Wingo carried his Freshmen to Chattanooga for the next game, and 
there the Methodists blanked the 'Nooga rats, 13 to o, in the yearlings' best 
game of the year. Long runs and dogged fighting were decisive factors in the 
Hilltop victory. 

Climaxing the season, the Southern rats were nosed out by Howard, 14 to 
13, in a tough battle. Birmingham-Southern piled up fourteen first downs to 
a pair for the youthful Baptists, but a break and booed decision by the referee 
were turning points. 

Coach Wingo had some valuable material on his machine, material that 
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With only two veterans returning and a flock of ex-freshmen reporting, Coach 
Drew started out on the 1928 basketball program by winning six of the first eleven 
games, including six contests on a goo-mile tour of Tennessee and Virginia. The 
Panthers opened in whirlwind fashion by piling up 140 points in the first two games. 

White Business College was trampled under a 68 to 1 1 tally in the first prelim- 
inary fray, and Bessemer offered very little more opposition in a 72 to 42 victory for 
the Drews in the second engagement. The Panthers captured their first S. I. A. A. 
game by trimming Southern College of Florida next with a thrilling rally, 36 to 32. 

The University of Alabama rallied to snatch a 44 to 31 decision from the Hill- 
toppers in a rough game at the Capstone gym, and the powerful Boys' Club Comets, 
city champions of 1927 and repeating for the 1928 title, shot their way to a 5 1 to 
21 victory in the next fray. 

At this stage of the campaign, Coach Drew led his Panther dribblers into Ten- 
nessee and Virginia for a seven-day journey, during which they broke even in six 
games. The three games that they lost were by one, three and four-point margins. 
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The University of Chattanooga Moccasins rallied in the last half to snatch a 30 
to 26 count from the Drewmen at Chattanooga. The Methodist cagemen were lead- 
ing at half time by a comfortable margin. Joe Sargent went goal-shooting crazy in 
the next game to help the Panthers materially in beating Tennessee \Vesleyan 53 to 
46 in an offensive battle. Sargent totaled 21 points. 

Lenoir City Civitans, a quintet of former collegiatte stars, trimmed Southern the 
next night at Lenoir City, Tenn., by a 42 to 39 count. Xeipp and O'Brien were 
high scorers, getting twelve and ten points respectively. 

Maryville College offered little opposition the following night, the Panthers win- 
ning a 37 to 15 game. All five of the Southern starters broke into the scoring. Ten- 
nessee State College Teachers took a 21 to 20 decision from the Drewmen the next 
evening. Sargent, O'Brien and Xeipp scored five points each in the rough contest. 

Southern completed the tour at Emory, Va., where they defeated Emory and 
Henry in a swift encounter, 34 to 30. It was the first time in six years that Emory and 
Henry was beaten by a collegiate quintet on its home court. Neipp was high scorer. 




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Coach Ransom had five letter winners of last year to start building her 
1928 sextet of Pantherettes, but the loss of Trudie Whisenant and Lucile Can- 
non was felt heavily as the cm-tain was tossed up against Alabama and Jack- 
son\'ille State Normal. 

Captain Florence Qiiigley, Addre Guthrie, Evelyn Armstrong, Dorothy 
McDonald and Mildred Self were the returning members of the 1927 varsity 
squad. Girls' rules this year called for six players on the floor instead of five, 
and this made Coach Ransom's job more difficult in view of the loss of Whise- 
nant and Cannon. 

Newcomers into co-ed basicetball ranks are Mary Rose McCowan, Eliz- 
abeth Morris and Rob Floyd. Others are on the squad, but these three have 
plaj'ed regularly. McCowan came up from Phillips, where she stood out in 
class basketball. Morris comes from AVoman's College, of Montgomery. Floyd 
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The Pantheiette tossers broke even in the first four games of the 1928 cam- 
paign, losing a pair to the University of Alabama and Jacksonville State Normal 
before returning home to take two victories in a row by thrilling rallies in the 
last three minutes of play. 

Alabama won a 33 to 18 count from the Pantherettes in the opener at Tusca- 
loosa, while the Jax sextet was victor at Jacksonville, 33 to 25. 

Opening their local drive, the Ransoms came back in thrilling manner to 
trim Howard and take a one-game lead in the defense of their 1927 city co-ed 
crown. Howard was enjoying a comfortable lead when the Pantherettes broke 
loose with a volley of field goals in rapid succession within three minutes of the 
final ^vhistle to win, 25 to 23. 

s beaten in the same manner, the Tigerettes taking the small 
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Freshman Basketball 

Champions of the Boys Club Prep League last year, Birmingham-Southern fresh- 
men started out on the 1928 campaign in defense of their 1927 title by climbing into 
front after slipping in early season, only to see Mortimer Jordan temporarily slip into 
a tie with the Panther Cubs for leadership in the local loop. 

The rats started out with a sweeping 36 to i victory over the Howard BuUpups, 
but the Hilltop yearlings fell before ]\Iortimer Jordan in the next, 22 to 19. Simp- 
son, Woodlawn and Phillips lost in succession to the young Engleberts by 40 to 22, 
36 to 27, ^md 36 to 1 1 scores, respectively. Howard frosh rallied in the next fray to 
nose out the Cubs by one point, 24 to 23. 

Of the first six games played, the Hilltop rats won four by decisive margins and 
dropped a pair by one and three points. 

Coy Summerford has been the big scoring ace in early games. His biggest total 
for a single night's performance was 26 points against Simpson. He has totaled ten 
or more points in every game. Curry and Black were used alternately at the other 
forward post, one going to guard when the other was left in the scoring berth. 

Jackson was pivot man. Holt and Schwartz are the two other dribblers, th- 
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Varsity Baseball (Squad) 

Fifteen Panthers of 1927 were awarded letters at Birmingham-Southern for their 
baseball services in turning out a great team for Hilltop Heights. Lettermen are as 
follows: Harold Beagle, Francis McTrottes, Lucien Giddens, Joe Ray, Bill Jenkins, 
Leslie Waller, Jack Finney, Ross Dodds, Chink Lott, Bob Manar, Frank Allen, Ivan 
Hill, John King, Hot Nelson, Yank Miller and Raymond Green. 

Coach Huntley's machine established a commendable record in baseball last year, 
but he was forced to experiment considerably ■with the limited supply of material to 
bring about the results. First it was Jack Finney who broke his leg in the first Howard 
classic, and then other varsity material was not available for duty. 

Six diamond Panthers finished the 1927 season with a hitting mark of .JOd or better. 
These included McTrottes, Lott, Ray, Allen, Manar and Miller. It was a slim 
margin that separated the final averages of McTrottes and Lott, the latter of whom 
held a meager advantage. McTrottes, however, came in for his part of honors with 
the title of leading hurler. He was also responsible for most runs during the season. 

Harold Beagle registered the most putouts, and Bill Jenkins was the home run king 
of the Panther camp. 

Coach Huntley did much shifting with the Panthers in the final drive. He de- 
veloped Allen into a catcher to assist Leslie Waller, who was weakening under the 
constant strain of so many consecutive games. John King was finally whipped into 
shape in late season to accompany the team on a long trip into Louisiana. King hurled 
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Varsity Baseball (Resume) 

Baseball probably reached its peak of success in 1927 on 
the Birmingham-Southern Hilltop. Coach Huntley piloted 
the Panthers through a campaign of eighteen games to 
eleven victories, six defeats and one draw. Seven series \vere 
played, and only one was dropped. Another high light was 
the successful venture into the Southern Conference, where 
the Huntleymen took a trio of decisions. 

Birmingham-Southern took twice the measure of the 
Howard Bulldogs in the annual city series, and two others 
were ties, but the crosstown Baptists could not be brought 
back onto the diamond for the deciding tussle. 

The Panthers opened the campaign with a pair of easy 
wins over the Cadets at Marion Institute. Going next into 
the western part of Alabama, the Huntleymen dropped the 
first game of the series to Alabama, but the Methodists came 
back the next afternoon and beat the Crimson Tide with 
Francis McTrottes hurling a fine game. That was the first 
Southern Conference victory for the Panthers. 

Returning home for their first home appearance of the 
year, the Methodist diamondeers dropped a costly 6 to 4 de- 
cision to the Howard Bulldogs. Jack Finney was lost for 
the season in this game, the Five Points flash cracking a leg 
in sliding into second base. 

Appearing twice in one afternoon before local fandom as 
the next mo\ e, the Panthers defeated the University of 




I'loiiihi in a double header on Munger Bowl. That gave 
the Hilltop three decisions in the Southern Conference. Both 
of the decisions over the 'Gators were hurled by an "iron- 
man" stunt on the part of McTrottes. 

Howard was the foe for the next two games. Panthers 
beating the Bulldogs 4 to 3 on Berry Field, and the count 
going reversed in the next on Munger Bowl, S to 6. It gave 
Howard an edge in the city series. 

Loyola Uni\ersity invaded Birmingham, but the Xew 
Orleans Wolves could do no more than hold the Panthers 
to a tie in one game and dropping the other to the Hilltop. 
Howard was beaten soundly next, 6 to i, on Berry Field, 
with McTrottes pitching a two-hit game. 

At this point of the program. Coach Hmitley carried his 
Panther machine on a 1,000-mile tour through South Ala- 
bama, Mississippi and Louisiana to climax an excellent sea- 
son. Six games were played on consecutive days during the 
journey, and the Hinitleymen split even in the road quest. 

Dropping a pair of games at Mobile to Spring Hill in the 
opening lap of the trip, the Panthers then proceeded to win 
three games in a row before being stopped in the final tilt. 
St. Stanislaus College was defeated twice and a two-game 
setto was divided with Loyola at New Orleans. 

Returning home, the Panthers endeavored to get How- 
ard Bulldogs back into the deciding game of the city series 
for the championship, but it could not be arranged. 

The season was even a bigger success in view of the fact 
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Capturing six games and dropping two decisions in an abbreviated schedule, the 
Birmingham-Southern rats came back into the home stretch to drag the city fresh- 
man baseball title upon the Hilltop last year by beating the Howard Pups twice in 
a three-game series. 

Coming from behind in the closing roimds proved to be the winning stride of 
Coach Englebert's 1927 Cub nine. No less than four of the six triumphs were won 
by late rallies. 

The Hilltop yearlings scored ten runs in the final inning of the opener to trim 
Jefferson County Wildcats, 14 to id, and then they annexed a 9 to 8 decision from 
National Pipe by rallying also in the final stanza. National Pipe, however, came 
back and won a 6 to 3 game from the Cubs in the next fray with a late offensive spurt. 

The only trip of the year was made to Cullman, where the Cubs won a pretty 
5 to I count from St. Bernard College. Auburn freshmen were the next victims, go- 
ing down in Munger Bowl before a final drive of the youthful Panthers, 6 to 5. 

Howard's Pup machine was met in the last three tilts. The young Baptists won the 
first in a sea of mud, 9 to 8, but the Cubs rallied bravely in the next city game for 
a 13 to 12 decision. Southern's first-year nine played smoothly for a 6 to 2 victory 
in the finale. 

Vincent, McCullough and Battle were the rat leaders. Vincent led the hitters 
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Birmingham-Southern certainly has stepped out in track since 
Coach Drew took the helm. Munger Bowl, the home of the Panther 
harriers, is one of the finest,cinder tracks in the South. All the important 
track meets held in Birmingham take place in the Bowl. 

Last year Coach Drew got a line on his available material by first 
holding an inter-class meet and later an inter-fraternity meet. The 
Senior Class took off first honors in the first meet while the Pi Kappa 
Alpha's won the inter-fraternity meet. That great interest was shown 
in these meets is evidenced by the large number of men who participated 
in them. Track events seem to have at last taken their part in the 
sporting sun and great things are expected from the Panther thinlv- 
clads in the future. 



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Varsity Track (Resume) 

Varsity track was quite successful 
on the Hilltop for the spring of 1927. 
Under the tutelage of Coach Drew, 
the Panthers came through with vic- 
tories in two events, losing one by a 
close margin and placing a second in 
the S. I. A. A. carnival at Plunger 
Bowl. 

In the first meet against the L ni- 
versity of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, the 
Methodists lost by a two-point mar- 
gin. The score was 64 to 62. Lott, 
Wilson and Ogle were responsible for 
most of the scoring against the Tide. 
Several Hilltop records were smashed 
in this meet. 

Meeting Emory University in At- 
lanta, the Drew men were triumphant 
to the tune of 78 to 53. Tate and 
Ogle each broke a college record, 
Tate running the half-mile in two 
minutes and 4.7 seconds, while Ogle 
vaulted to a new mark of ten feet six 
inches. 

The following week found the Sim- 
shine Slope harriers beating the Bir- 
mingham Athletic Club by the same 
tally, 78 to 53. 

It was in the annual S. I. A. A. 
tourney that Coa 
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Varsity Track (Resume) 

mingham-SoLitheni, after leading ths 
way until the final events, finished at 
the wire a good second to Presbyterian 
College. The Panthers scored 42 
points, and the winners piled up 54 
points. 

Birmingham-Southern also entered 
the B. A. C. open track meet, and 
the Drewmen finished second in the 
S. I. A. A. division. 

Birmingham-Southern's v a r s i t y 
track team consisted of eleven stal- 
wart harriers who galloped off with a 
good record during the year. 

Wilson, Morrison and Manager 
Stevenson were distance men. Lott 
and Ogle were hurdlers. ^loore, 
Lott, Watson and Sudderth featured 
in the dashes. 

Red Chancey and John Tate were 
half-milers. Ogle and Hall threw 
the javelin and put the shot. 

College records were lowered by 
Moore in the 220-yard sprint, by Lott 
in the low hurdles, by Ogle in the 
high hurdles, by Hall in the discus 
and javelin throw, by Sudderth in the 
440-yard dash, by Tate in the half 
mile, by Captain Floyd Wilson in the 
mile and two-mile events. Rat Reid 
also set a college record in the high 
jump. 




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Cooper Road Race 



Dave Griffin won the 1927 Cooper Road Race, while the Sophomore Class cap- 
tured team honors. Thirteen runners started the race and ten finished in the fol- 
lowing order: Griffin, Perry, Bailey, Wallace, Thomas Giles, Thompson, Hender- 
son, McLendon, Macon and Joseph Giles. 

The 1927 winner succeeds Floyd Wilson, who won first place three successive 
years. Griffin is a Sophomore. It was his first venture into the annual three-mile 
grind, but h; led the field by a comfortable margin at the finish. His time was 18:8, 
which is comparati\eh' slow considering previous records for the long jaunt. 

The race was run between halves of the football game in Munger Bowl between 
Birmingham-Southern freshmen and Alabama ^lilitary Institute. 

"True Blue" Perry caiitured second place in the same manner Bailey won second 
honors the previous year. Captain Bailey entered Plunger Bowl on the last drive, 
leading Perry by a slim margin, but Perry speeded up and whipped past Bailey a few 
yards from the finishing tape. The previous year Bailey won second place by passing 
Perry in the last few seconds. 

Floyd Wilson holds the record for the three-mile event at 15:15. \Vilson's time 
in 1926 was 17:34, however. The 1927 field was the largest that has ever entered 
the Cooper Road Race. It is sponsored annually by ^Irs. Sallie O. Cooper. 



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Tennis 

So successful was tennis and so much more important it became, that the net 
reins were shifted in 1927 from the Student Senate to the Athletic Committee. The 
Hilltop netmen went througli the season imdefeated, and they pulled up at the finish 
as city collegiate champions. 

Howard, Mississippi College, Millsaps and Emory University are the four tennis 
foes who went down before the Panther artists. Not a match was lost during the 
entire year to either of these foes, while only three sets were dropped in the year's 
campaign. 

Manager Byron Gibson and his cohorts first invaded the Delta State to win a 
pair of victories. Millsaps Majors were decisively beaten in the opening, 6 to O, and 
Mississippi College Choctaws fell in the next, 6 to 1. 

Returning home, the Panther courtmen encountered the threat from Howard, 
but the Bulldog stars also fell under the Birmingham Southern attack, 6 to i. Man- 
ager Gibson next carried his team into Georgia to beat Emory University by the 
same score, 6 to i. 

Manager Gibson, Herman Aufderhaar, Robert Lake and James Harris were 
awarded letters for their services on the court. 

With the completion of the six new courts in the outer edges of Munger Bowl, 
tennis is destined to go forward more rapidly at Birmingham-Southern in the future. 



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When the Hilltop rats finished the track season in 1927, 
the following freshmen were awarded numerals for their 
services on the cinders : Sudduth, Cowan, Woodrow, Sar- 
gent, Duncan, Griffin, Locklear, Thompson, Vincent, Wil- 
liams, Vines, Travis and O'Barr. 

The Freshmen participated in a trio of meets, and 
they captured a pair of them. One was lost. 

Simpson's Tech harriers were first beaten, 66 to 25, in 
Munger Bowl. The Howard yearlings were trampled 
under a bigger score, 87 to 22. 

University of Alabama's Baby Tide was the only vic- 
tor over the Cubs. Alabama trimmed the youthful Pan- 
thers, 76 to 55. 



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1927-1928 Results 



Football 



Panthers 14, 

Panthers o, 

Panthers 7, 

Panthers 20, 

Panthers 8, 

Panthers 7, 

Panthers 13, 

Panthers 19, 

Panthers O, 



Marion o 

Mississippi A. and M 27 

Southwestern ig 

Centre o 

Chattanooga 12 

Centenary 20 

Millsaps o 

Mississippi College 33 

Howard g 




Baseball 



Panthers 3, 

Panthers 8, 

Panthers O, 

Panthers 9, 

Panthers 4, 

Panthers 7, 

Panthers 5, 

Panthers 4, 

Panthers 6, 

Panthers 6, 

Panthers 12, 

Panthers 6, 

Panthers I, 

Panthers 3, 

Panthers 8, 

Panthers 

Panthers 

Panthers 



6, 
13. 

7, 



Marion 2 

Marion i 

Alabama 13 

Alabama 7 

Howard 6 

Florida 6 

Florida 4 

Howard 3 

Howard 8 

Loyola 6 

Loyola g 

Howard i 

Spring Hill 5 

Spring Hill 7 

St. Stanislaus 6 

St. Stanislaus 5 

Loyola 8 

Lovola 8 



Basketball 

Panthers 81, White Business College 12 

Panthers 72, Bessemer Y. M. C. A 42 

Panthers 21, Boys' Club =;i 

Panthers 31, Alabama 44 










Edgar Lott 

Winner of the Porter Loving Cup, awarded to the 

best all-round athlete 

for 1926-1927. 




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Organizcitions 



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LUCIEN GlDDEXS 

Winner of the Student Senate Loving Cup, awarded annually 

to tliat student who is of the greatest 

service to the college. 




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Student Senate 

Officers 

Van Buren Taunten PresUi-nt 

LuciEN GiDDENS Fice-President 

Ivan Hill Secretary-Treasurer 

Members 
Senior Representatives 
Robert Bowden Ivan Hill 

LUCIEN GiDDENS BrANT SnAVELY 

Junior Representatives 
John Bartlett Ted Hightower Van Buren Taunten 

Sophomore Representatives 
Nolan Gray O. B. Locklear 

Freshman Representative 
BuFORD Word 

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Co-EJ Council 

Officers 

NeITIE SPRiyCFIELD .•■".■ •^'■''•"'<^''"' 

Theresa Drumbeller Vice President 

Lola Jacobs Secretary 

Senior 
Lola Jacobs Josephine Stevens 

Nettie Springfield Ann Phillips 

Junior Sophomore 

Virginia Webb Everette Elliott 

Elizabeth Logan Virginia McMahon 
Theresa Drumbeller 

Freshman 
Josephine Moss 




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Omicron Delta Kappa 

. . Honor Society 

Founded at Washington and Lee l'n!ver>ity, 1914 

Kappa Circle 

Installed at Birmingham-Southern College, 1923 

Membership open to those \vho have attained eminence in scholarship and college activities. 

Ideals: Recognition, inspiration, opportunity and character. 

LuciEN GiDDENS President Newman Yielding ..... Secretary 

Glenn Jones I'ice-President Hunt Cleveland Treasurer 

Van Buren Taunten .... Historian 

Faculty Members 
H. D. Drew W. D. Perry H. A. Tre.xler 

Associate Faculty Members 
Rov E. Hoke H. D. Leake 

W. H. Jenkins C. D. Matthews 



Newman Yielding 



H. B. Englebert 
WvATT W. Hale 
Otis Kirby 



Hunt Cleveland 
Ted Hightovver 
Hubert Searcy 



Honorary Faculty Member 

James Sa.xon Childers 
Student Members 

Byron Gibson 

Ivan Hill 

Brant Sn.avely 



Guv E. Sn.^vely 
R. S. Whitehouse 
G. W. Mead 



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Lucien Giddens 

Glenn Jones 

Van Buren Taunten 




Kappa Phi Kappa 

Honorary Professional Educational Fraternity 

Founded at Dartmouth College, 1922 Kappa Chapter installed April, 1923 

Piirposr: To emphasize scholarly attainment and professional ideals. 

Guy E. Snavely, National Pnsident 

Officers 

LuciEN' GmnENS Pnsident 

Gerald Bradford I'ice-PrcsiJi-nt 

Herbert Minga Treasurer 

R. H. Eliassen Secretary 

Faculty Members 

R. H. Eliassen Wyatt W. Hale G. W. Mead Guy E. Sn'avely 

H. B. En-glebert Roy E. Hoke I. R. Obenchain R. S. Whitehouse 

W. E. Glen'n W. H. Jenkixs J. O. Pinkston 

Student Members 
Gerald Bradford Lucien Giddexs A. L. McPhersox Van Buren Taunton 

Frank Brandon W. P. McConaughy Herbert Minga E. M. Williams 

Byron Gibson Wilbur McDonald F. R. Schuessler Leon Yielding 

Roy Long E. Young Otis White 



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Colors: Green and Gold 



Sigma Upsilon 

Honorary Literary Fraternity 

THE ELZEVIRS 



Flov-'cr: Jonquil 



To encourage interest and attainment in Hterary work. 

Officers 



LUCIEN GiDDENS 

Cecil Hackney 



. . President 
Vice President 



DeValse Mann Secretary 

Terrell Cline Treasurer 



C. C. Alexander 
James S. Childers 



Frank Aoams 
Keener Barnes 
Clay Bailey 
Ralph Bice 



Faculty Members 
M'yatt W. Hale Charles D. Matthews 

M. C. Huntley Gilbert W. Mead 

Allen G. Loehr W. D. Perry 

Honorary Members 
Octavus Roy Cohen Jack Bethea 

Student Members 
Ray Black Robert Glasgow 

Terrell Cline Cecil Hackney 

HoYT DoBBS Price Howard 

Lucien Giddens Glenn Jones 



Guy E. Snavely 
Paul M. Spurlin 



Candler Lazenby 
DeValse Mann 
Fred Short 



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Chi Delta Pki 

Honorary Literary Fraternity 
Installed at Birmingham-Southern College, 1925. 



lura coontz 
Evelyn Coffin' 
Christine Saunders 
Jennie Mickle Wood 
Josephine Stevens 
Virginia Miller 
Tennie Daugette 
Margaret Shepard 



Edith Pippin 
Alice Goddard 
Lois Butler 
Polly Graves 
Mable Ponder 
Adele Pharo 
Helen Grain 
Minnie Lou Waldrop 
Clara Warren 



Maeclift Buss 
Mary- Christian 
Helen Walker 
Evelyn Gilbert 
Leola Armstrong 
Mary Beard 
Virginia McMahon 
Majorie Saver 




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Honorary Social Science Fraternity 
Founded at the College of William and Mary, 1924. 



ALABAMA ALPHA CHAPTER 



Established at Birmingham-Southern Col 

Charles Glenn Jones 

Nettie Springfield 

Dr. Trexler 



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Acker, Mildred 
Alford, Margaret 
Brandon, Frank, Jr. 
Caldwell, Mrs. Nell 
Carmichael, Mary 
Cavaleri, E. E., Jr. 
Cross, Dorothy 
Curry, George 
Daniel, F. B. 
Dollar, J. H. 
Edwards, O. J. 



Members 
FossETT, Bessie 

GiDDENS, LUCIEN, Jr. 

Hackney, John Ralph 
Hamer, Dorothy 
Jacobs, Lola 
Jenkins, Prof. W. 
Keener, J. W. 
Leake, H. D. 
Miller, Virginia 
MiLLicAN, Virginia 
Conaughby, Walter 
Perry, W. D. 



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lege, 1924. 

President 

. . . J'ice President 
Secretary- Treasurer 



Posey, James C. 
Powell, Lena Margaret 
Roe, Walter 
Sayer, Marjorie 
Shankweiler, Paul W. 
Spencer, Norman 
Prodochl, Dr. Austin 
Searcy, Hubert 
Taunton, Van Buren 
Whittle, Frances 
Wingard, Mrs. Edith D. 






Tketa Chi Delta 

National Honorary Chemical Fraternity 

Officers 

Wilbur McDonalo President 

Robert L. Lucas J'icr-Prisidcnt 

Herman Aufderhaar Sccrrlaiy-Trrasuri-r 

Members 
Claude Johnson Lee Hubbard Perry Woodiiam 

J. W. Miner Hunt Cleveland Edwin Williams 

Virginia Webb Percy Nolen Claude Chamblee 

Charles Kelly 



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Kappa Pi 

Founded at I'luversity of Kentucky, 1911. 

THETA CHAPTER 

Established at Birmingham-Southern College, 1926. 

Faculty Members 
Nelson Hampton Allcn G. Loehr 

HoxoRAR^• Members 
Guv E. Snavely W. Paul Pim 

Student Members 

Joe J. FioRE Frank Schuessler Ray Black 

RoswELL Brown Marvin Mantel Gray Mullendore 

Jennie Wood Raymond Weeks Lewis Elliot 

Jeff Henry Frank Butler Mayre Molton 



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Tau Kappa Alpka 

Honorary Debat'ng Fraternity 



C. C. Alexander 



Faculty ^Iembers 
Paul M. Spurlin 
A. W. Shepherd 



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Student ]\I embers 
Ted Hichtower Leox Livingston- 

Robert McGregor Hovt Dobbs, Jr. 

Hubert Searcv CaiViillus Dismukes 

Elbert Wallace 



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Beta Beta Beta 

Nu Chapter 

Established at Birmingham-Southern College, 1928 

Faculty Members 
\V. A. Whitin'c R. a. Fennel 

Seale Harris W. C. Jones 

J. O. PiNKSTON 

Hunt Cleveland President 

Claude Johnson Vicc-Ptt-sident 

ViRGLViA Webb Sccrrlary 

Gerald Willlams Treasurer 

Student Members 

James O. Branch Hunt Cleveland 

Woodson Burchfiel Percy Nolen 

Mary Carmichael Elizabeth Murray 

Claude Chamblee Gideon Timberlake 

Doris Hagler Virginia Webb 

Claude Johnson Gerald Williams 
Perry Woodham 




Alpha Iota Tau 

Officers 

^"^"^ H'LL President 

G. H. Wakefield /',V^ President 

O. J. Edwards Secretary-Treasurer 

Meimbers 

Prof. H. D. Leake Richard Hicks 

Prof. Norman Spencer Ivan Hill 

Thomas Barrett Addison Holmes 

E. W. Berry Charles Glenn Jones 

H. H. Bishop J. Ward Keener 

James Brown Porter McLendon 

Charles L. Dill F. T. McTrottes 

O. J. Edwards J. O. Noble 

Joe J. FioRE F. Kirk Perrow 

Verlie L. Green C. M. Reaves, Jr. 

J. R. Hackney Joe Travis 

Jefferson D. Henry G. H. WAKErrELo 




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Ministerial Association 



Officers 

L. W. Tubes President 

B. Sanchez ■''"• President 

Charles Ferrell Secretary 

V. B. Taunton Treasurer 

C. D. DOBBS Chaplain 

NoLEN Gray Correspondimj Secretary 



iMeaieers 



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W. D. Bowling 
G. L. Culpepper 
W. E. Dean 

C. D. DOBBS 

Charles Ferrell 
F. L. Gillespie 
NoLEN Gray 
L. W. Tubes 
R. P. Tucker 
Richard Wallace 



Ted Hightower 
Bartlett Ingram 
W. E. Ivey 
W. P. McCartv 
Cecil Robinson 

G. J. RONSON 

Ross Rush 

B. Sanchez 

V. B. Taunton 

W. M. Treadawav 



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Y.M.C.A. 

Officers 

Hubert Searcy President 

Tom Barret rice President 

NoLEV Gray Secretary 

O. J. Edwards Treasurer 

Cabinet 
Charles Graves Thomas Giles 

Walter Brown Ted Hightower 

Glenn Barrow Porter McLendon- 

R. P. Tucker Herbert Minga 





Y. W. C. A. 

Admitted to National Y. M. C. A., 1927. 

Officers 

Franxes Whittle President 

Elizabeth Logan First I'ice President 

Alice Mims Second J'ice President 

Virginia McMahan Secretary 

Virginia Webb Treasurer 

Mildred Tillman . . . Undergraduate Representative 

Cabinet ^Members 

Margaret Alford Ruth Herrin 

Alys Bowie Sara Bell Penrod 

Edith Brock Eliza Stokes 
Edna Cofield 



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Clariosophic Literary Society 



Officers 

Fraxces Whittle President 

Mary Thweatt I'ice President 

Ivan Hill Secretary 

Walter McNeill Chaplain 



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Helen" Albert 
Margaret Alforo 
Evelyn Armstrong 
H. K. Barnes 
Ray Black 
j. d. boling 

W. D. BoLING 

Malline Burns 
May Cliff Buss 
Ola Mae Carter 
Helen Crane 
Gladstone Culpepper 
Florence DuBose 
Nolan Gray 
Ivan Hill 



Meimrers 
Fontaine Howard 
Dorothy Hertzfeld 
Frances Howell 
James Massey 
T. M. McDaniel 
Mary' Virginia Millican 
William Norton' 
Virginia Parsons 
Chandler Lazenby 
Fay' Lonnberg 
Marvin Mantel 
Walter McNeill 
John Perry' 
Fannie Seay 
Minnie Mae Shannon 
Mildred Self 



Henry L. Swint 
Chester Tancredi 
V. B. Taunton 
Mary Thweatt 
Joe Whitson 
Katherine Woodbury 
Paul Anderson 
Annie Laurie Davidson 
William Dean 
Alice Dodson 
Harry' Herndon 
Lena Margaret Powell 
Ross Russ 
Charles Snavely 
Lloyd Tubes 




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Belles Lettres Literary Society 

Officers 

LiHEL Marshall Pn-suir 

Joe J. FioRE I'icc-Prcsidnit 

Glen-n- Barrow Recording Sicniary 

Mildred Tillmax .... Coirespondinij Secretary 

Amelia Gilmer Treasurer 

O. J. Edwards Chaplain 

Members 

ViRGiN-iA Averyt Wynelle Lowery W. B. Tate 

LiLEERNE Carre Louis Lauria Mildred Tillman 

C. D. DoBBS Virginia McMahon Helen Walker 

Mary Christian Grace Norton Buford Ward 

E. V. Clotfelter Sarah Belle Penrod G. C. McGinnis 

Robert Cook Augustus Sonders Fred Short 

Lois Green h. B. Shaw Clinton Tebo 

Orville Knight Bill Smith Elebert Wallace 
James Sulzby 



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Editorial Staff 

Cecil Fain' Hackn'EV Editor 

James M. Brown Business Manager 

Professor M. C. Huntley Faeully Advisor 

Professor J. S. Guilders Idvisnr 

Associate Editors 
Glenn Jones Evelyn Coffin 

Terrel Cline Lucien Giddens 

Sports Editor 
Clay Bailey 

Repertorial Staff 

Price Howard Virginia Miller Frank Butler 

Frank Adams Verley Green Virginia McMahon 

Robert Glasgow Glenn Barrow Hubert Searcy 

Ben Glasgow W. E. Dean Cecil Robbins 

Adele Pharo Joe Fiore . Louis Lauria 

Lura Coontz Fay Lonnberg Helen Ward 

Camillus Dismukes Hoytt Dobbs, Jr. Walter McNeill 

Elizabeth Logan Ralph Bice Helen Crane 

Devalse Mann 

Billy" Hamilton 

Business Staff 

R. L. Lucas -Issistant Business Manager 

Porter McClendon Advertising Manager 

Nettie Springfield Advertising Solicitor 

Adoen Shirley Advertising Solicitor 

Otis Howington Circulation Manager 

Lamar Speaks Assistant Circulation ^Igr. 

Harry Herndon Assistant Circulation Mgr. 

John R. Finlayson .... Assistant Circulation Mgr. 



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La Revue 

Annual Publication of Birmingham-Southern College. 

Ben E. Glasgow Edilor-m-Chief 

George H. Wakefield Business Manaiji-r 

Dea\ CSilbert W. Meau Faculty Ad-visor 

Editorial Staff 

Robert S. Glasgow, Lucien Giudeno Issislanl Editors 

Cecil Hackney, Fred Short Issociatc Editors 

Walter Roe Virginia Miller 

Price How'ARD Addison Merriam 

Chandler Lazenby ' Elva Roberts ;^ 

Clay Bailey Marietta Glasgow 

Leo Williams Elaine Conwell 

Brant Snavely Joe J. Fiore 

Jeff Henry DeV'alse Mann 

Business Staff 
Charles Snavely George Dyar 

O. B. Locklear Nettie Springfield 

Woodson Burchfiel Mildred Pierce 

Sarah Dewberry 



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Eta Sigma Plii 

Officers 

Ed You\g President 

LuciEN GmDEN's rice President 

Emilio Cavaleri Treasurer 

Martha Belle Hilton Recordimj Secretary 

Catherine Phifer Corresponding Secretary 

IMemrers 

Dr. George W. Currie Mildred McCullough 

Prof. Charles D. Matthews Susan Patterson; 

Emilio Cavaleri Walter Roe 

HoYT DoBBS, Jr. ^'an Buren Taunton 

Lucien Giddens Ed Young 

Martha Belle Hilton Margaret Hamilton 

Mrs. Fay Lonnberg Elsie Nesbitt 

Leon Livingston Catherine Phifer 



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Pi Sigma Chi 

Offic];rs 

J. J. FlORK PrrsiJiiil 

Byrox H. Gibson Jui-l'irsidetil 

W. M. McDonald Srarlary-Treasun-r 

Members 

Gaines Allen John Hunt Bvrox H. Gibson 

Harry C. Brownlie C. M. Reeves Clem Tatum 

J. O. Branch W. T. Wikle William Crunk 

Jay G. Drieseach \V. M. McDonald Willie Lee Hayes 

Joe J. Fiore Earl Slye A. H. Watwood ■ 

Robert Glasgow John Perry Lee Hubbard 

Charles Graves Percy Nolen F.lizabeth Wood 

R. F. Guthrie Chester Tancredi Otis White 

Melvin Russell Alex Patterson Edna Coffield 

Irby Powell 

Vivian Jordan 




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Paint and Patckes 

Miss Axnabel Stith 



Offici;rs 

Robert McGregor Pil's 

Marv Frances Sowell Sccri'lary 

Cecil Aeernathy Treasurer 

Richard Hicks Bushuss Manarjer 

Members 

Cecil Abernathy Margaret Martin Leo Williams 

Catherine Allen Robert McGregor Jeff Henry 

Leola Armstrong Virginia McMahon Hubert Lavies 

Dorothy' Cross James Sulzby Luella Howell 

Sallie Dewberry Elizabeth Kern Louis Lauria 

Bessie Fosset Elaine Conwell Edgar Moore 

Charles Dill Harold Beagle Hoyt Dobbs 

LuciEN Giddens Elizabeth Kennedy Malline Burxs 

Catherine Gilbert Ann Phillips Lura Coontz 

Evelyn Gilbert Margaret Powell Elizabeth Morris 

Thomas Giles Mary' Frances Sowell Frank Butler 

Polly' Graves Mac Travis Louise Fagan 

Florence Greene Elbert Wallace Virginia Hamilton 

Richard Hicks Edith West Lois Green 

Elizabeth Logan Delia Young Mary' Beard 

DeValse Mann Mitylene Yates Gilbert Miller 
Mildred Pierce 



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Boys' Glee Club 

SiDXF.v Neilsox, Dinclor 



Officers 



James Sulzbv . . 
R. E. Moore 



. . . President 
Manager 



Members 



Walter Passmore 
James Waggoner 
Dudley Stephens 
Lucien Giddens 
DeValse Mann 
Paul Anderson 
Charles Ferrell 
R. E. Moore 
Bernard Frazier 
W. C. McCarty 
Robert Crooks 
Ward Keener 
Joe Morris 



James Sulzby 
Clyde Yeildisg 
Jack Webb 
Edward Pitts 
Edward Linge 
LiLBURN Carre 
Robert Brown 
J. C. Goodwin 
Robert Sessions 
Clem Ferebee 
Richard Hicks 
William Norton 
James Westbrook 




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Sidney Neilsox, Director 



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SOPRAXOS — 

Helen Albert 
LoNA Cathey 

InA CHRISTi' 

Margaret Ezell 
Elma Gibson 
Miriam Mims 
Irene Motley 
Emily Young 



Secoxd Sopranos — 
Edith Higgins 
Thelma Hendrickson 
Margaret Mackin 
Margaret McPheron 
Wilhelmina McPheron 
Sarah Bell Penrod 
Augusta Sanders 
Mildred Tillman 



Altos — 

Marianna Brittian 
Grace Motley 
Virginia McMahen 
Jennie Dee Robison 
Marguerite Speigle 
Helen Strickland 

Pianist — 

Ruth Herrin 






reel 
Officers 

HovT DoBBS, Jr President 

James Westbrooks /■/,-,• Prrsidcnt 

Robert McGregor Seeretary-Tn-asurrr 

Ralph Hackney Social Secretary 

Members 

Alpha Tail Omega — Pi Kappa Alpha — Sitjiiia Alpha Epsilon — 

G. H. Wakefield Cecil Murray Walter Moore 

Charles Hall Ben Glasgow Homer Crim 

Ralph Hackney Richard Hicks Murray Hitchcock 

Joe Morris Hubert Lavies Cecil Abernathy 

Kappa Alpha— Phi Delta Thrfa— 

Fenton Jackson Hovt Dobbs, Jr. 

Mark Talliaferro 

Elbert Martin ^'"'''^ A'«/./.« Nu— 

James Westbrooks Brand Currie 

. Frank Hughes 
Delta Sigma Phi — 

Robert McGregor (^I'i Chi — ■ 

Rex Sullivan Robert Brown 



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Le Cercle Francais 



■ " Officers 

Virginia Miller , President 

Clara Warren J'lee Presiicnt 

LuRA COONTZ Recordhuj Secretary 

Kathleen Scruggs Correspondiiuj Secretary 

Camillus Dismokes Treasurer 



Members 



Clara Warren 
Marjorie Saver 
Elsie Neseitt 
Frank Brandon 
Josephine Stevens 
Edith Pippin 
Alice Goddard 
Frances Jackson 
Lena Cootz 

COMILLUS DiSMUKES 

Margaret Blackwood 
Kathleen Scruggs 
Virginia Hicks 
James Sulzby 
Margaret McPheron 



Louise Harrison 
Leola Armstrong 
Lois Butler 
BvRON H. Gibson 
Virginia Miller 
Maude Moore 
Virginia McMahon 
Emmie Sawver 
Irma Russell 
Margaret Smith 
Mary Virginia Millicon 
Dorothea McDonald 
Minnie Lou Waldrop 
Harriet Moore 
Lois Garrison 



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Officers 

Margaret Hamilton Prrsidcnt 

Harold Beagle Vice Prisideiit 

Jewel Beal Secretary 

Rob Floyd Treasurer 



W. T. Hammond 



Faculty Members 
H. D. Leake 



H. E. McNeel 



Members 



Marie Bailey 
Harold Beagle 
Jewel Beal 
Walker Berry 
Ola Mae Carter 
Bessie Will Elrod 
Mamie Fallon 
Maud Floyd 
Rob Flovd 

Margaret Hamilton 
Elizabeth Swindle 
Minnie Lou Waldrop 
Elbert Wallace 

Ed Young 



William Hamilton 
Addison Holmes 
Lee Hubbard 
Margaret Mackin 
Martha Mays 
Christine Saunders 
Nannie Zoe Shackleford 
Rushton Smith 
Marguerite Speagle 
Rex Sullivan 
James Sulzby 
IsoBEL Wilson 
Alfred Wood 



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Officers 

Wilbur McDonald Presidcnl 

BvROx Gibson Vice President 

Edna Cofield Secretary 

Blrk Hargrave Treasurer 

Faculty AIfmbers 
H. B. Enclebert W. A. Moore 



Student Members 

Evelyn Armstrong Lottie Dew 

Rob Floyd Nolen Gray 

Amelia Gilmer J. W. Minor 

Melvin Russell William Neville 

Alfred Roebuck Josephine Stevens 

Willie Joe Sellers Hudson Russell 

Newton Jones 



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Officers 

Ronald Wilson President 

Terrell Cline /'ice President 

Fr.^nxes Montgomery Secretary 

Helen Crooks Treasurer 



MkiMBERS 




Grace Baker 
Marlanna Bri'itain 
Terrell Cline 
Helen Crooks 
Louise Farrar 
Ruth Gibson 
Lois Greene 
Frances Harwood 
Ruth Herren 
Lillian Kennedy 
Martha Meriwether 
Frances Montgomery 
Sara Bell Penrod 
Melda Robison 
Eugenia Roebuck 
Marjorie Sayer 
Harbin Singleton 

Prof. : 



Ronald Wilson 
Emily Young 
Emilio Caveleri 
HoYT DoBBs, Jr. 
LuciEN Giddens 
Margaret Hamilton 
Martha Belle Hilton 
Leon Livingston 
Mrs. Fay Lonnberg 
Mildred McCullough 
Elsie Nesbiit 
Susan Patterson 
Katherine Phifer 
Walter Roe 
Van Buren Taunton 
Ed Young 
Dr. George W. Currie 



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Epworth League 

Officers 

Glenn Barrow President 

Frances Whittle Secretary 

NOLEN Gray Treasurer 

Depart.>ient.\l Superixtexdexts 
Hubert Searcy Edith Brock 

Marvin Mantel Harold Gassman 

Robert Walston 

The College Epworth League is the largest in the Conference. Its mem- 
bers are constantly striving to make it worthy of the recognition it 
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Mississippi-Soutkern Club 

Officers 

N( LES' Gray Prrsidmt 

Bernard Shaw rice Pn-sidnit 

Herbert Minga Treasurer 

Nei.le Harris Seiretary 

Members 
Joe Sargent Lola Jacobs 

Nolen Grav Herbert Minga 

Myrl Francis Walter Robbins 

Bernard Shaw Nelle Harris 

Buford Word Robert Bryson 




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Woodson Burchfif.i, 
Margaret Mayfield 
Lois Greene 
Cecil Abernathy 



jVI EMBERS 

Al Kilburn 
Dick Fennell 
Dick Hicks 

J. O PiNKSTON 

Mary- Frances Sowell 
Walter McNeil 



Elizabeth Logan 
John Bartlett 
Clara Pritchett Rogers 
F. D. Moore 



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flected bv the growth of its 
fraternities. Within the past 
year, two local fraternities 
have been admitted to national organi- 
zations, to add to the growing list of 
nationals already on our campus. Kap- 
pa Alpha Chi was granted a chapter of 
Beta Kappa last spring, while the Phi 
Alphas were admitted to Delta Sigma 
Phi the early part of this year. Keep- 
ing pace with the fraternities, three lo- 
cal sororities have gone national within 
the past two years. So, it is readily seen 
that the social organizations have kept 
abreast with the tremendous grow^th of 
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Men s Pan-Hellenic Council 

Officers 

Robert Bowden President 

Jeff Hexrv Vice President 

LuciEX GiDDExs ■ Secretary 

Joe Morris Treasurer 

Members 

Alpha Tau Omeria Beta Kappa Chi Chi 

Cecil Hackney Alfred Roebuck; Herbert Minga 

Joe Morris Marvin Mantel Elbert Wallace 

Delta Sir/ma Phi Kaj^pa Alpha Pi Ka.hpa Alpha 

Walker Berry Lucien Giddens Jeff Henry 

Robert McGregor Foxtaixe Howard Richard Hicks 

Sigma Alpha Epsilnn Theta Kappa Nu 

Robert Bowden Walter Roe 

Hunt Cleveland Ted Hightovver 




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Alph. 



Founded at I'niversity of Virginia, March i, 182 



Colors: Garnet and Gold 



Flower: Lilv-of-tlie-Vallev 



Fuhlicalioii: "Shield and Diamond" 

Delta Chapter 

Established 1871 

Fratres in Facultate 
W. H. Jenkins H. B. Enclebert 

m. c. piuntlev 

Fratres ix Collegio 
Harold Beagle Francis McTrottes 

Ben Glasgow Frank Richard 

David Griffin Frank Schuessler 

Jeff Henry William Smith 

Richard Hicks Robert L. Sudduth 

Hubert Lavies Durham Terry 

George Murtha Albert Vincent 

Cecil Murray Dewey Vines 

William Wharton 




Pledges 

G. C. Anderson Tom Layne 

Robert Badger John Phillips 

Harrison Brawner Addison Merriam 

L. L. Terry Gilbert Miller 

Howard Cranford Gaines Owens 

Malcolm Laney Ed Pitts 
Terrel Morris 



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Sigma Alpka Epsilon 



Foiiiuled at the riiiversity of AUibaiiia, 1856. 

Colors: Purple and Old Gold 

Pithlicalion: "The Record" 



Floii-rr: \'iolet 



Alabama Iota Chapter 

EstabliAed 1878 

Fratres IX Facultatk 
Harry McNeel J. F. Gillem 

Eddie Lewis 



Fratres ix 
Cecil Aberxathy 
Clair Barclift 
JoHX E. Bartlett 
rodert h. bowdex 
Frank W. Brandon, Jr. 
Woodson C. Burchfiel 
Hunt Cleveland 
J. Homer Crim 
Lex Fullbright 
Robert Freeman 

George W 



CoLLEGIO 

Murray Hitchcock 
DuRwooD Moore 
R. Edgar Moore 
Thomas Milner 
Allan Pearson 
F. Kirk Perrow 
Brant R. Snavely 
Robert J. Sudduth 
Guy O. Travis 
Gerald N. Williams 

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Pledges 



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Thomas Aberxathy 
Lilburn Carre 
Howard Cleveland 
Jacque Cole 
Myrl Francis 
Daxiel R. Greene 
John Jenkins 



Alfred Kilburn 
Robert Clingman 
John Chilton 
James Findley 
George McCracken 
Ira Reese 
Charles E. Rice, Jr. 



Charles Sullivan 



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FoLiiulcd at Virginia Military Institute, 1865. 



Colors: Old Gold and Skv Blue 



Floivrr: White Tea Rns 



Publiialion: "The Palm" 



Beta Bkta Chapter 

I-'rATKR IX P\\CULTATE 

James Saxox Childers 



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Thomas Barrett Joseph M. Morris 

Cecil Hackney Joseph S. Morris 

Ralph Hackney . W. Jemison Simmons 

Charles Hall Dudley Stephens 

Alfred A. Herndon O. Harris Stephens 

Walter McNeill, Jr. Powers Taylor 

Pledges 

G. H. Wakefield Harry Herndon 

Paul Anderson William Norton 

Howard Buchanan Bolling Powell 

C. W. Cain Charles A. Snavely 
Joseph Whitson 



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Alphj 



Founded at WasHiiiKton and I.ee ^'Il:ver^ity, 1865. 

Colors: Crimson and Old tSold flnicn\<: Magnolia an.l Red Rose 

Piibt'uiil'ion: "Kappa Alpha Journal." 



Phi Chapter 

Re-established 1922. 



Robert Whitehouse 



Fratres in Facultate 
Wilbur D. Perry 



Fratres in 
Frank M. Allen 
Herman Aufderhaar 
William Battle 
Herbert Guilds 
George Crook 
James Dickinson 
Lucien Giddens 
Byron Gibson 
Fontaine Howard 
Jack Howard 
Fenton Jackson 
Edward Lasseter 




Pledges 



Frank Butler 
Travis Black 
Warren Duke 
David Hall 




Malcolm Wilder 



V^OLLEGIO 

Candler Lazenbv 
Virgil Lyde 
Elbert Martin 
Lyle Mitchell 
Derwood Norris 
Robert Sessions 
J. YuiLEE Pace 
Maury Stanton 
Mark Talliaferro 
Mack Travis 
Jack Webb 
James Westbrook 



Edward Hamill 
William Hamilton 
Wiley Long 
Eugene Lyde 



Byron Pruett 



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Tketa Kappa Nu 

Founded at Oriirv College, 1924. 
Colors: Crimson, Silver and Black. 




Flou-cr: American White Rose 



I'uhlhatioti: "Theta New 



Alabama Beta Chapter 

Established 1924. 

Fratres IX Faccltate 
William A. Whiting B. O. Shiflett 

FrATRES IX CoLLEGIO 

Clay Bailey Verxon' B. Hightower 

Ray Black Frank Hughes 

V. Brand Currie O. B. Locklear 

George Dyre M. Gray Mullendore 

Camillus Dismukes Gilmer P. Phillips 

Howell Guin' Walter L. Roe 

Cloyce Hardy Herbert Sixcletov 

Oscar F. Hewlett Robert P. Tucker, Jr. 

Pledges 

C. D. Cottingham William May 

Crawford Cochran Daniel Ramey 

Winning Currie Forrest Reese 

James Henderson William Walker 



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I'"ouiuled at City College of Xew York, 1898. 

Colors: Nile Green and White Flower: White Carnation 

Publicalinn: "The Carnation" 



Beta Df.lta Chapter 

Established 1928. 

FrATRES IX F.ACULTATE 
Rov E. Hoke J. O. Pinkston 

Otis Kirbv Richard Fkwei.l 

FrATRHS IX CoLLEGIO 
Mil, FORI) Barnes Eleert Tohxson 
Walker Herrv Robert P. McGregor 
James D. Bush Ayer Muxroe 
Charles L. Dill, Jr. John E. O'Brien- 
Charles Ferrell Hugh Ogle 
Phillip Hodges Rex SullivAx\ 
Kenxeth Tillev 




Pledges 



Francis Bruxer 
Charlus Fraxklix 
Horace Gains 
F. M. Houghton 



Rov Jackson 
Oscar Napps 
Coy Summerford 
Carl Vines 



Paul Whatley- 



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Founded at Hamline University, 1901. 

Colors: Pnrple and Gold Floiver: Yellow (Golden) Rose 

Publication: "Beta Kappa Journal" 



Psi Chapter 

Established 1927. 

Frater in Facultate 
Walter C. Jones 



Fratres IX 

RODDEY AdOLPHUS 

Gaines Allen 
Harry Brownue 
Claude Chamblee 
Bradley DeHaney 
Berxey Evans 
Robert Glasgow 
Keith Hinds 
John R. Hunt 



Donald Hosev 
Howard Hall 
Wardlaw Moore 



COLLEGIO 

Joe Lawrence 
Marvin Mantel 
Wilbur McDonald 
Alex Patterson 
Louis Posey 
Melvin Russell 
Andrew Wissincer 
Raymond Weeks 
Otis White 



Pledges 



Fletcher Parrish 
William Peavy 
Carl Posey 
Powell 



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Founded at Birmingham-Southern College, 1926. 
Colors: Blue, White aiul Gold ^'• 

Frater in Facultate 
Wyait \V. Hai.e 

Fratres in Collegio 

Harlyx Ashexfelter N. H. Hawkins 

Robert B. Brown" Herbert Minga 

RoswELL Brown Harbin Singleton 

Cecil Cowan James Sulzby 

John Dinsmore Elbert Wallace 

Clement Ferebee Ronald Wilson 

J. C. Goodwin Edwin Young 



Pledges 



Lewis Boswell 
John G. Cooke, Jr. 



Robert Crooks 
Walter Passmore 



Clinton Tebo 




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Tin-KaN 

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Woman's Pan-Hellenic Council 

Officers 

Elsie Nesbitt PicsUent 

Edith West ^''tce President 

Mary Frances Sowell Secretary 

Lola Jacobs Treasurer 

]\I EMBERS 

Alpha Omicron Pi — Thcta U psilon — Alpha Chi Omega — 

Mary Frakces Sowell Leo Williams Lucille Bell 

Virginia Webb Lola Jacobs Marjorie Sayer 

Jennie Wood Elaine Conwell Elsie Nesbitt 

Pi Beta Phi — Zeta Tau Alpha — Lambda Chi Sigma — 
Josephine Stevens Alice Dumas Martha Mays 

Virginia Miller Edith West Ola Mae Carter 

Alice Goddard Alice Mims Lena Margaret Powell 



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Founded at \'tigiina State Normal College, 189 

Colors: Steel Ciray and Turquoise Blue Flo-'UJi')': White V'iolet 

PuhUdi/ion: "Themis" 



Alpha Nu Chapter 

Established 1922 



Active Members 



Alice Mims 
Francis Mitchell 
Edith West 
Martha Belle Hilton 
Kathryn Gilbert 
Evelyn Gilbert 
Marion Hurlbert 
Elva Roberts 
Edith Lyde 



Mildred Pierce 
Evelyn Crow 
Catherine Sibley 
Alice Dumas 
Mitylene Yates 
Kathleen Saunders 
Mildred Tillman 
Sara Virginia Dewberry 
Helen Gilbert 



Pledges 
Catherine Brothers 
Margaret Mayfield 
Margaret McTiere 
Dorothy Dee 

Nell Harris 



Florence Moore 
Catherine White 
Lulu Ogburn 
Mary Rose McCowan 



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Alpka Omicron Pi 



Founded at Barnard College, 1897 
Publication: "To Dragma" 

Tau Delta Chapter 

Established 1925 




Floiucr: Jacqueminot Rose 



Active 
Alice Bowie 
Evelyn Coffin 
Elizabeth Crabbe 
lura coontz 
EvERETTE Elliot 
Annie Lou Fletcher 
Lois Greene 
Jane Hammil 
Genevieve Hopson 
Elizabeth Logan 
Elizabeth Mackey 



Members 

Gertrude Moore 
Elizabeth Morris 
Elsie Morrison 
Rosamond McArthur 
Peggy O'Neil 
Christine Saunders 
Mary Francis Sowell 
Mary Stead 
Eliza Stokes 
Jennie Wood 
Virginia Webb 



Pledges 



Margaret Cooper 
LuDiE Beck Elliot 
Marion Horton 
Margaret Jackson 



Virginia Patton 
Clara Pritchett Rogers 
Eugenia Roebuck 
Elizabeth Massey 




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AlpKa Cki Omega 



Founded at DePauw University, 1885 
Colors: Scarlet and Olive Green Flni^cr,: Red Ca 

PuhWcalion: The Lyre" 

Alpha Omega Chapter 

Established 1926 




Active Members 

Mayme Bagley Teresa Drumheller 

Ruth Davidson Mrs. G. W. Mead 

Bessie Fosset Elsie Nesbitt 

Maude Moore Marjorie Sayer 

Margaret Martin Clara Warren 

Mildred Orr Grace Wiggins 

Ann Phillips Lucille Belle 

Helen Albert Zora Dobson 

Mary Carmichael Augusta Sanders 
Elizabeth Swindle 



Pledges 



Isabel Felder 
Luella Howell 
Helen Ruth Kelly' 
Ned Moore 



Jewell McDuffie 
Eugenia Tyler 
Francis Wiggins 
Elizabeth Cowan 



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Founded at Cniversity of California, 1914 
Colors: Rainho\v Tints Floixrrs: Iris, Fleur-de 

Puhiication: "The Iris" 




Xi Chapter 

Established 1926 

Active Meimbers 

Isabel Wilson^ Elaine Conwell 

Mabel Ponder Francis Montgomery 

Lola Jacobs Marv Alice Kinney 

Bessie Lewis Minnie Lou Waldrop 

Jewel Beal Susan Patterson 

Leo Williams Marietta Glasgow 



Pledges 
Louise Stansell 
Annie Sue Waldrop 
Katherine Vaughn 
Marian Mullen 
Bessie Will Elrod 



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Pi Beta PKi 



Founded at Mc.nmouth College, 1S67 

Colors: Wine and SHver Blue Floiccr: Wine Carnatin 

I'uhluatioti: "The Arrow" 



Alabama Alpha Chapter 

Founded 1927 

Active Members 
Josephine Stevens Leola Armstrong 



Virginia Miller 
Polly Graves 
Margaret Shepherd 
Edith Pippen 
Alice Goddard 
Tennie Daugette 
Alice Masefield 



Virginia White 
Marion Whiteing 
Francis Jackson 
Virginia McMahon 
Virginia Hicks 
Kathleen Scruggs 
Margaret Blackwood 



Pledges 



Sara Blake 
Lucy Hanby 
Grace Motley 



Clarice Davis 
Rosalind Jones 
Irene Motley 



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Founded at Birmingham-Southern College, 1926 
Colors: Orchid and Green 

Active Members 

Lena Margaret Powell Dorothy Blake 

Margaret Alford Marion Robson 

Mary Thweatt Aurelia Weaver 

Ola Mae Carter Mildred Self 

Martha Mays Renetta Walton 

Willie Joe Sellars Frances Howell 

Pledges 
Malline Burns 
Louise Farrar 
Martha Merriweathe 
Mary Elizabeth Webb 



Flower: Orchid 



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CT^HE MANAGEMENT of 
\J this year's annual believed that 
the students should have an im- 
portant part in the selection of its 
campus beauties. Therefore, from a 
list of thirty-tivo nominees, made by 
the various organizations on the Hill- 
top, the students elected twelve by 
ballot. Ben Lyon, famous movie star, 
made the final selection. 




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. "^YPES . 

The Sportsman 

Edgar Lott 

Typical Co-ed 

Mildred Pierce 

The Athletic Girl 

Dorothea McDonald 

The College Clown 

Albert Vincent 

The Actor 

Richard Hicks 

The College Flapper 

Helen Crane 

Most Stylish 

Clarice Davis 
The Old-Fashioned Girl 

Lois Greene 




Dedication of Munger Memorial Hall 

The late Mrs. R. S. Munger gave to Birmingham-Southern 
S25O.000 for the erection o£ a new Administration building. 
At the time ol writing, the building is rapidly nearing com- 
pletion. Asidi from the offices of the President and the Dean, 
there will be a large auditorium and several classrooms. 
In the above pictures here can be seen members of Mrs. 
Hunger's family with officials of the school at the dedication. 




Around the Campus 



Someone has said that it wasn't proper to place tlie picture 
of Dr. Snavely and Dean Mead on the same page with that 
of Jeff Henry. However, it is true that both the Doctor 
and the Dean are pretty big men themselves. The Greek 
Club initiates come to school in full regalia. A couple of 
snaps taken at the laying of the cornerstone of our new- 
est building. 




From All Angles 



Captains Anderson and Hargrove, of the Southern rats and 
Howard rats, respectively, greeting each otlier just before the 
game. The Freshmen go into a huddle, and the omnipresent 
"Brother" John is seen above the group. The band "does 
its stuff" at the Chattanooga game. The victorious rats arc 
giving a few yells after having vanquished the sophs in the 
annual "Tie-up." 




Some Typical Scenes 



lorsGshoes have become the favorite outdoor sport of Bir- 
lingham-Southern students. Above can be seen some of us 
:iving expression to our desires. The Student Senate has 
,n open air meeting, since the fire deprived them of an 
'ffice. V. B. Taunton, president of the Student Senate, mak- 
ng an announcement before the Student Body. Dr. Whiting. 
Professor of Biology, passes the path of the cameraman. 




^^ARD BARBER C^UEGE „ 




Scenes at the Southern-Howard Parade 



Above can bo seen some oC the 
ern put in the parade. The Pantl 
this year, is riding majestically 
its of having outscoi'ed our 



utiful floats that South- 
so successfully dclcndi-d 
a lofty perch. On the 
the hair-clipping 



contest. Southern offers a free hair cut to all Ho 




A Few Snapshots 



Raisins of the huge flag at tlie deflication o£ Legion Field. 
Captain Williamson warning Captain Gordy of the Centre 
Colonels what to expect in the coming game. The band 
forms an "S" on the field. A snapshot of the action during 
the game. Miss Billie Biggins is shown christening the field. 




Here, There, and Everywhere 



Frc'shmpn stag 
Southern-Centr 
for thtir candidate 
fortunate Howard "rats" "w 
"enemy" during the week 
football same. Tills is 



halves of the 
and vote 
Who's Who contest. Two un- 
ho fell into the hands of the 
prior to the Southern-Howard 
a typical pose of Fulhriglit. 




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Following the Cameraman 



Some ot the -B" Club initiates— try to identity them. Bran- 
don Hall— where brave laddies tear to tread. Another massive 
structure ot the campus — Teildins 
fipressively dedicated by the stud 



Haul." which was so 
The student body 
at the open air chapel. Count them, then come around and 
get a tree copy ot the annual. Who's the "bird" with the 



cigar and gun? A few of us at the Chattanooga game. 



Outstanding Accompliskments 
or the Year 

JRECTION of the $250,000 Munger Memorial 
Hall. Reconstruction of the Student Activ- 
S ^S3|j| ities Building. Election of Dr. Snavely as na- 
tional president of Kappa Phi Kappa, honorary Educa- 
tional Fraternity. Re-election of Dean Mead as vice- 
president of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Associa- 
tion. Election of Dean Mead as vice-president of the 
Methodist Educational Association. Three local frater- 
nities admitted to national organizations. Alabama Rhodes 
scholar from the Senior Class. Publication of a new 
novel by James Saxon Childers. Completion of new ten- 
nis courts. Admittance of local Y. W. C. A. to national 
Y. W. C. A. Sixteen additional members added to the 
faculty. 



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**'' approval the "Who's 



Who" of Birming- 
i.^.-'y'^^ j ham-Southern. Each 



year in connection with the elec- 
tion to determine the various 
types on the campus, an election 
is held to find who really is who. 
That the students take an inter- 
est in these elections is evidenced 
by the great numbers in which 
they vote. Politicing bv the 
candidates is a past art, they 
sometimes go so far as to ofifer 
five cents for each vote 
cast for them. 






Wko's Who 



LuciEN GiDDEXs . . . Most Popular Man, Best All-Round Man, Most Dignified 
Senior, Most Talented Student, Hardest IForker 

Mildred Pierce Most Popular Girl 

\'IRGIN1A McMahon Best All-Round Girl 

Professor Englebert Most Popular Professor 

Robert Sessions Best Speaker 

Cecil Hackney Best JCriler 

John Bartlett Most Handsome Man 



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Who's Who 

Lex Fulbright The Fashionplaie 

HOYT DOBBS Best Line 

"Rat" Waller Fresliest Rat 

Hubert Searcy Friendliest Student 

Brant Snavely Biggest Loafer 

Hunt Clevelaxd Most Intellectual Person 




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Founded: Mavbe 



P; Ka^^a AUha 



FavorUc Odor: Perspiration 



Fii-vorilf Atmosphere: Griped 



Bnvs, Ave are the stuff, even if no one else does agree with us. We absolutely deny 
the statement that we ever refused any group a charter. And we have a chapter 
somewhere that we are not ashamed of. Our motto is, "In numbers there is strength," 
even if the strength is in the odor. We have been in our new house about seven 
months. Last week Bro. "Red" Terry discovered that there was no bathroom in 
the house. Join our lodge. We are as exclusive as B. P. O. E. 



Sigma Alalia E^silon 



Founded: At one tiine, but now foundered. 

Favorite PlaytJi'uujs: Tea Cups 



Favorite Oder: Fish 



We want to start off b\' den\ing everything and e\'er\bo(l\'. ^^'e managefl to 
pledge enough men to take care of the repairs on our old house, which are usually 
necessary after our exclusive little Saturday night parties. Due to our scholastic 
success last year, we now rate second (from the bottom) in our national list of 
chapters. Join us and get an honorary membership in the Y. M. C. A. 



Al'^ha Tau Omega 



Founded: Sure, but what can you do about it now? 
Odor: .'\roma of halitosis Colors: Pink and Red (pajamas and whiskey) 

We rate on Sundays, when we have the girls over for lunch, but so far we've 
improved so little socially that we're planning to dun them for board. We got ex- 
clusive this year and pledged only four men. They didn't know any better. We 
absolutely deny that there are any others like us. As there is nothing really good 
about us, we won't take up any more space. 



K.a^^a Al^ha 



Founded: Sometime, Somewhere 



Favorite Odor 



Preferred Tyfe 
Stale Fish 



Come One. Come All 



We were the first chapter that Kappa Alpha installed in five years. Well, any fra- 
ternity is apt to make a mistake, sometimes. We are the original rough and ready 
boys, ever ready for a fight, preferably among ourselves, but we will accommodate 
outsiders. Martin is our candidate for Dean of Women, and all the Co-eds are for 
him. One of our brothers boasts that he got his long legs by climbing backyard 
fences. Join us, boys, and get acquainted with the riot squad. They visit us fre- 
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Fimmled: A di-puteil (lue^til)n. FrrlnnJ Typrs: Leftovers 

l-'a-voriti- Son//: "All Alone" 

We guarantee all men a good jnh upon leaving school (we all leave, we never 
finish). Thanks to seme of our members, we have formed a powerful political 
merger with another group; that is, we hope it will he powerful. Though it has 
been reported that the S. A. E.'s have cut us out with the girls — that is, those two 
that none of the rest wanted— we still feel our social ascendancy'. It's like a 
stomach-ache sometimes when we try to get dates, though. 



Beta K.a^'^a 



Fouiuied: Found, or 



ihat ha% e you ? Odar 

Sony: Horsey, Keep Your Tail I'p. 
Mollo: Back to the country, boys. 



We have rented a new house and now offer an open hand and an open house to 
all entrants in Birmingham-Southern. Fifteen accepted our bid, and they are the 
pick of the (barn) lot. There is a good cellar to our house — and , confidentially 
speaking, we have our ups and downs, frcm an alcoholically standpoint. 




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Delta Sigma Phi 

Founded: (Never was founded — just happened). 



Favorile Dr'uik: Stagnant Water 



Favorile Colors: None 



At last we are coming into fame — maybe. We almost got a man on the golf team. 
And they do say that \ve have a good hold on the scholarship cup, from the bottom. 
We get the pick of the "butter and egg" men from Shelby county, due to the strong 
Alumni we have in that stretch of the woods. There'll never be another like us, 
and we're in need of members, so heed this warning and put in vo\ir application 
now. "First come, first served." 



Chi Chi 

Founded: That's the joke — it hasn't. 



Favorite Playlhinys: Paper Dolls 



Favorite Odor: Iloyt's Cologne 



Ah, the lodge for he-men, from out of the wild and wooley west, where men are 
men and women are governors. We have about the best club on the campus — 
we rarely use it on the freshmen — when it is not in use propping up the house. 
We are still socially ambitious and will continue to assault the gates, though we're 
getting a trifle weary with well doing. We, too, can use a few men, especially if 
they have the "wherewithal." 





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BirmingliaTn's Only Cask Store for Men 
ana Boys 

9i^Pay Cash asid Pay Less^^ 




2009 2nd Avenue 

Exclusive Outfitters to tke College Man 

Ask the Boys at the School — They Know 



Tke Convenient Bank 

Easy and accessible from all points. Accuracy and safety 

are the qualities which commend this 

bank to you. 

COMMERCIAL DEPOSITS 

SAFETY VAULTS 

CHECKING ACCOUNTS 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

We Pay Double Interest "Personal" and 4% 

SOUTHSIDE BANK 

AVENUE C and TWENTIETH STREET, SOUTH 
Pioneer Building 




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Your Preparation for Life Incomplete Without a 
Business Training 

For forty years Wheeler has kept up with the march of progress in commercial 
education, and has always offered superior opportunities for those wishing to 
prepare for business. 

Wheeler Business College 



BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



40th Year 



Sessions Day and Night 





WiLLARD J. Wheeler, President 

OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT EVERY BUSINESS DAY IN THE YEAR 

EVERY MAN AND WOMAN SHOULD BE 
TRAINED FOR BUSINESS 

Call or Write for tree Catalogue 





Hynds-Upshaw Paint ^ Glass Co. 

Dealer in 

Paint, Glass, Wall Paper, Brushes, Etc. 

Glazing Done Anywhere in the City 



PHONES 
3-1982 AND 3-6409 




2118 2nd Ave.. N. 

Birmingham 

Alabama 



We Invite Your Inspection of Sixty Rooms. Furnished in the 

Intimate Setting of a Home 

Also See Our Beautiful Display of Oriental 

Rugs and Draperies 

We Are "Exclusive." But Not Expensive 

The EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE SHOP 

Ave. G at 2 9th St. 
Phone 4-5553 



Levine-Abelson 

Candy and Grocery 
Company 

Sole Distributors 

Schrafft's Chocolates 

GOLD TIP GUM 

2306 First Avenue 

Phone 4-7953 



FOREMOST IN 
FASHION 

FAR MOST IN 
VALUE 

CLOTHIERS 

TO 

YOUNG MEN 



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BY-PRODUCTS CORPORATION 




Coal Tar, Sulphate of Ammonia, Benzol 

Foundry, Furnace, Water Gas and Domestic Coke 

Steam, Bunker, Domestic and Smithing Coal 



GENERAL OFFICES: AMERICAN TRADERS BUILDING 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 




YOU CAN JUDGE 

ROYAL CUP 
COFFEE 

By any standard of excellence, for it 
meets every test. 

"A Smile in Every Sip" 

Batterton Conee Co. 

BIRMINGHAM, ALA.. 








EVERY COLLEGE BOY AND GIRL 

Is Invited to Put His or Her Savings, Before or After 
Graduating, in the Sound, Conservative 
and Attractive 

PREFERRED STOCK 

- • OF 

ALABAMA POWER CO. 

Dividends Quarterly Time or Cash Payments 

Consult Orr Nearest Office 



BEST WISHES 

FOR 

Birmingham-Southern 
College 

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DUPUY -BURKE 

REALTY 

CO, 

Ensley, Alabama 



The best recommendation we 
can make for our products is 
the fact that Birmingham- 
Southern College is one of our 
patrons. 

Dixie 

Chemical Products 

Company 

INCORPORATED 

Manufacturing Chemists 



BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



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BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 



'Oo%PURE 



COFFEE 

^RMINCHAM ALABAf^ 



School Furniture and School Supplies 




We carry in stock in our Bir- 
mingham warehouse at all times 
of the year School Desks, Teach- 
ers' Desks and Chairs, Assem- 
bly Folding and Opera Chairs, 
Tablet Arm Chairs and School 
Supplies of every character of 
the highest grade for prompt 
service. Write for our large 
illustrated catalogue. 



EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE COMPANY 

BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 



W. M. Farmer, President 
Mrs, W. B, Cannon, Sec.-Treas. 

FARMER-CANNON 
JEWELRY CO. 

Diamonds. Watches 
Silverware 

Make This Your Jewelry Store 
BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

FIRST 

NATIONAL 

BANK 

Birmingham, Alabama 



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Thanking Every Student and the Faculty for Their Patronage. We Hope to Have 
the Pleasure of Serving You in the Future 








DE LUXE STUDIO 






1918' J Second Avenue Birmingham, Ala. 






SERVICE 












Built this Organization 




Visit Either of Our Two 




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There's a Substantial Lesson 




House Furnishings 






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THE JEMISON 
COMPANIES 




RHODES-CARROLL 
FURNITURE CO. 

2020 3rd Ave. 1910 3rd Ave. 






ROBT. JEMISON. Jr.. President 






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Save Something f 
Every Month • 



Our Monthly Savings Stock affords an ideal 
plan for systematic saving. You can open 
an account with as little as 50c a month. 
Keep this up for 80 months and we return 
you S50 for the S40 paid in — 8 per cent 
on your money. 



ty^EynLLIHg AITO LOAN 



M. H. Wilson 


LULA TYUS 


For Beautiful Photographs 


See Beauty Section 




MADE BY 






STEPHENSON 


STUDIO 




3474 Highland Ave. 


(29th St.) 




Phone 4-4937 


Birmingham, 


Ala. 



Compliments of 

W. W. Clayton 
E. A. Raughley 

Representing 

Nat'1-Life Ins. Co. of Vt. 

401-6 EMPIRE BLDG. 



The Station of Service 

WOCO PEP 

College Patronage is 
Appreciated 

8th Ave. at 8th St.. North 

L. R. Hodgson 



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The "Inside" Story of 




Perfection 
Mattress ^ Spring Co. 



Manufacturers 



Birminghar 



begins with a glimpse as delightfully 
fresh and clean as new sheets. 
Fleecy white, staple cotton in mul- 
tiple layers — each full mattress size — 
gives PERFECTION a billowy soft- 
ness that remains unchanged even after 
years and years of service. Get the 
genuine. Look for the label — and 
guarantee. 



Electricity Gas 

Street Railway 



Birmingham 

Electric 

Co. 



Birmingham Ensley Bessemer 



Suiting University 
Men 

at 

"Grammar School" 
Prices 



Klothes Shoppe 

207 1/, N. 19th St. 
BIRMINGHAM 



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Compliments of 

AMERICAN-TRADERS NATIONAL 
BANK 

Birmingham, Alabama 



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RESOURCES (OVER) $27,000,000.00 



PAINT 

WITH 

Lucas Tinted Gloss Paint 

Weather ResislanI and Enduring 

Lucaseal Oilstains 

Do Nol Raise the Grain 
of the Wood 

Lucaseal Varnisnes 

For Floors. Interior Woodwork 
or Dull Finishes 

HEADQUARTERS 

for leading Paint Contractors. Come in 
and get a color card. 

Birmin^kain Paint 
^ Glass Co. 

2021 4th Ave. 3-6157 




The Roads Schohr 



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Look Before You Leap 




Leap Year is her chance to "look him over" first — 
and she's making the most of it. 

He passes muster only if he "looks the part" — casual 
yet confident of the sleek and swagger appearance of 
his L-J-L suit. 



P.S. — The slag line Tvon't overloolf 
her, during the looI(ing-over . . . she's 
Wearing a radiant Loveman's frocl(. 



LOVEMAN, JOSEPH AND LOEB 



Coniplimenls of 

Km. 

LUMBER 
CO. 



Manufacturers 



SOUTHERN PINE 
LUMBER 




PRYOR 

MOTOR 

COMPANY 

Incorporated 

PHONE 4-6327 

500 South Twenty-first St. 
BIRMINGHAM 







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INGALLS for STEEL 






STRUCTURAL STEEL FOR BRIDGES AND 






BUILDINGS 






ORNAMENTAL IRON 






The Ingalls Truss for Fireproof Floors and Roofs 








COMPLETE WAREHOUSE STOCKS FOR 




IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT 








THE INGALLS IRON WORKS CO. 






BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA 






COMPLIMENTS 
OF 




MILLER and MARTIN 
J. A. LEWIS, Engineer 








Doster- 




Architects 




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designers of 
Munger Bowl Stadium 








INCORPORATED 




Andrews Hall 




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Wholesale 




Phillips Library 
President's Home 


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Students* Activity Bldg. 
Munger Memorial Hall 


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Supplies 




AT YOUR SERVICE 




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COLLEGIATE STYLES 








For Men and Women 








Now, as for forty-four years, you will find The Louis Saks Store just a step 
ahead in style and quality. 








Snappy suits and furnishings for the college man, the latest of attractive frocks 
and accessories for the college woman. In fact, every department in the 
store is well versed in the art of serving the College Set in a most pleasing 
manner. 






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44 Years of Satisfying Service 




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Birmingliam Arms and 
Hardware Co. 








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Agents for 

Thos. E. Wilson's Athletic 
Goods 








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2017 Third Ave. Phone 3-3565 


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Phones 3-6291, 3-6292 






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505 N. 20th Street 
MoLTON Hotel 






Students Rushing to an Eight O'clock 
Class on a Cold Morning. 




The Blossom Shop, Inc. 


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GRAY SPORTING GOODS CO. 






103 N. 20th Street 


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ZAC SMITH STATIONERY CO. 






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PRINTING. OFFICE FURNITURE 




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HIRSCH'S HATS 




Phone 3-8857 






213-15 19th Street 




ADAMS COAL CO. 






BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 




900 North 13th St. 






Are Favorites of the Students 
of Birmingham-Southern 




The Place to Buy Your Coal 






College 




O. P. Adams V. L. Adams 




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Cleanliness and Healthfulness in the Home Durin 

Fall and Winter Are Most Economically 

Obtained by Burning 

SEMET pnilC 
OLVAY uUnC 

The Clean Fuel 

NO SMOKE— NO SOOT— NO DUST 

Requires Less Attention 

ADAMS ROWE & NORMAN 

SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTORS 

Brown-Marx Building 
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 




If It's from Moore's, It's 
Guaranteed 

Diamonds, Watches. Clocks 
Gold and Platinum 
Jewelry 

OF Every Description 

MOORE JEWELRY 
COMPANY 

Once a Customer, Always a Customer 
and Friend 

Repairing and Manufacturing 
A Specialty 



Phone 3-2059 



MERITA BREAD 

CAKES AND 

CRACKERS 




American Bakeries 
Company 



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TYLER'S BEST 



CANNED FRUITS, CANNED VEGETABLES 
AND COFFEE 

TYLER GROCER COMPANY 

Wholesale 

Birmingham. Tuscaloosa, Jasper, Fayette 



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BETSY ROSS 
BREAD 

McGOUGH 
BAKERIES 

21 n Second Avenue 
735-73 1 N. 26th STREET 



The ALABAMA 

ONE OF THE PUBLIX 
THEATERS 

The Pride of the Entire South 

PRESENTING 

THE FINEST OF MOTION 
PICTURES 



SNAPPY NEW YORK 
STAGE SHOWS 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

YEILDING BROTHERS 
COMPANY 

SECOND AVENUE 

22ND Street Corner 

HOWARD YEILDING MILTON YEILDING 

Class of 'n Class of '26 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

GREENWOOD 
CAFE 



The First National 
Bank of Fairfield 

"The National Bank of the Pay 
Roll District" 

Fairfield, Alabama 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

CITY PAPER 
COMPANY 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



De\vberry Printing 
^ Engraving Co. 




Hall-Foster Drug Co», Inc. 

''The College Drug Store" 

OPPOSITE THE CAMPUS 

We Appreciate Your Patronage and It 
Is a Pleasure to Serve You 

A REGISTERED PHARMACIST ON DUTY 
AT ALL TIMES 



Tel. 6-4108^6-4109 



737 8th Ave.. West 



Chickering Pianos 

With Ampico 

Kranich £) Bach 

and 

KuRTZMAN Pianos 

With Welte 

PHONOGRAPHS. RADIOS 
RECORDS 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

E. E. Forbes ^ Sons 
Piano Co. 



1922 3rd Ave. 
11 1 1 Noble St. 



Birmingham 
Anniston. Ala. 



Davis 
Printing Co. 

T^rinting, Engraving, 
Embossing 

— ^fe-.- 

PHONE 3-3580 



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Sorority Pins 



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''Made ifs way.S^ the watj lis Madd 



COLLEGE BOOKSTORE 



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FRATERNITY, COLLEGE AND 
CLASS JEWELRY 



COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS 
AND INVITATIONS 



JEWELER TO 



THE SENIOR CLASS OF BIRMINGHAM- 
SOUTHERN COLLEGE 



L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 



MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND STATIONERS 



ATTLEBORO. MASSACHUSETTS 



ASK ANY COLLEGE GREEK 



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WHAT YOU SAVE IS YOURS 
WHAT YOU SPEND BELONGS TO OTHERS 

START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT TODAY 

FOUR PER CENT ON SAVINGS COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY 
Resources Over $3,000,000.00 

North Birmingham Trust and Savings Bank 





Bob Whorton 

J. H. Berry 

GEO. B. Tarrant.. 
W. W. Walker 



^PERSONAL, 



Officers and Directors 

. President C. C. BRYANT. 

Vice Pees. W. F. MCCLURE... 

Vice Pres. G. R. MOSS 

Vies Pres. Elizabeth berryman . 

Inquire About Our Banking by Mail Service 



A Store That 

Pays Particular 

Attention to Men 

and Young Men 



Head to Foot 
Outfittets 



HERMAN SAKS 
« SONS 

Second Ave. at Eighteenth St. 
Across from Old Post Office 



If You Want the Most 

Heat and Least Ash 

Ask Your Dealer 

for 

NEW RIVER COAL 

THE NEXT BEST COAL IS 

WARRIOR RIVER 

Brookside-Pratt 
Mining Co. 



BIRMINGHAM, ALA 




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Dance Programs and Leather Dance Favors and 






Invitations Novelties 






THE CHAS. H. ELLIOTT CO. 






The Largest College Engraving House 
in the World 






Commencement Invitations. Class 






Day Programs. Class Pins and Rings 






Seventeenth Street and Lehigh Avenue 






PHILADELPHIA 






Wedding Invitations Fraternity and Class 






Calling Cards Stationery. Menus 






J. F. HOLLEY 




Wood-Fruitticher 


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Grocery Co. 






COMPANY 




WHOLESALE GROCERS 






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BUILDERS 




2321 1st Ave. Dial 3-3111 














compliments of 






817 Nineteenth Street 
Phone 6-1151-2 




WARREN BROS. 
HARDWARE CO. 






ENSLEY. ALA. 




2012 Second Avenue 
Phone 3-6040 














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For Assured Purity Drink Bottled 
CarDonatea Beverages 



Compliments of 

Buffalo Rock Co. 
Chero-Cola Bottling Co. 
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 
Grapico Bottling Works 
Magic City NuGrape Bottling Co. 
Try Me Beverage Co. 




The cover for 
this annual 
was created by 
The DAVID J. 
MOLLOY CO. 

2857 N. Western Avenue 
Chicago, Illinois 



Ofrry Malloy Made 
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ALABAMA SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

C. H. CoLVIN, Pres'ideni 




ODUM BOWERS 
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In the Heart of Birmingham 


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Electrical Contractors 






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Estimates Furnished on Application 




Specializing in 

KUPPENHEIMER 








STYLE PLUS 




Phones 3-5191. 3-5192 




and 

BRAEBURN CLOTHES 

for 




831 North 20th Street 




College Men 




BIRMINGHAM, ALA. 








FOR OVER 22 YEARS 




Fuel Service 


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Biggest and Best Family 




Black Diamond 
Coal Mining 




Shoe Store 




Company 

OSWAYO SMITHING COAL 
Steam and Domestic 


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COAL— COKE 

Phones 3-7183. 3-7186 












Anniston Birmingham 








Bessemer Huntsville 




Comer Building 




Ensley 




BIRMINGHAM. ALA. 












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BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE 






(CO-EDUCATIONAL) 






YOUR COLLEGE! CERTAINLY! 


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Fully Accredited Member of American and Southern Associations 






of Colleges, American Association of University Women, 






and on approved list of Association of American Uni- 






versities. 






Total Enrollment' ^27-^28, over 2,500 






Faculty: Character, Christian. Scholarship and experience equal to any 
in the state. Courses of study complete and liberal, leading to degrees of 
A.B., B.S., M.A. Languages, History, Sciences, etc., work leading to 
Medicine, Law, Engineering, Teaching, Ministry, Business, Pharmacy, etc. 
Department of Education recognized by State Board. 






Successful teams develop student athletics. Experienced coaches. 
Courses in coaching various branches of sports. Physical education for both 






men and women. Campus, 125 acres, on wooded hill overlooking famous 
Jones Valley of Birmingham ; unsurpassed for healthful climate. 






New Students Building, largely contributed to by them, now headquarters 
for student activities. Student publications and clubs promote interest in liter- 
ary effort. Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., and other groups develop the best 
in the students rehgiously and socially. 






$1,000,000 added to resources by recent Christian Education Move- 
ment. Endowment increased materially by drive, spring of 1926. $250,000 
Munger Administration Building and Auditorium now crowns the campus. 




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$350. Innumerable opportunities of self-help in the city. 




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For Further Information, Address 
Guy E. Snavely, Ph.D., LL.D., President 

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE 

Birmingham, Alabama 




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Our Record 

Every graduate in a position. Over 900 students enrolled last 
year. The only Business College in the state with a unit or Credit 
System. The only Business School in the city to conduct annual 
Public Graduation Exercises. 

ALVERSON 

2019-21 FIRST AVENUE 

BUSINESS 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 

COLLEGE 

Robert E. Alverson, President 

WRITE OR CALL FOR CATALOGUE 

Opei^ the Year Around — Fu//p Accredited 

It Pays to Attend a Modern, Progressive, Up-to-Date Business 

College. Business Men Recognize the Superior 

Training of Our Students 



TYPEWRITING HIGHER ACCOUNTING SECRETARIAL 








THE ALABAMA ENGRAVING CO. 

BIRMINGHAM 

h'or a Quarler of a Century Ilhislralors of Dislinciive College and High School Annuals 



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